First, manufacturers and brands.
1, NCR, AT&T
Both brands of ATMs are produced by NCR.
2. The four brands of PHILIPS, INTERBOLD, DIEBOLD, and IBM (OLD) are produced by DIEBOLD. DIEBOLD and IBM cooperated globally during 1993-1998 to establish a joint venture company INTERBOLD, which sold ATMs under the brand names INTERBOLD and IBM.
3, DEC, OLIVETTI, BULL
All three brands of ATMs are produced in a factory in northern France. This company was acquired by DIEBOLD in 1999.
4. The first three brands of UNISYS, SIEMENS-NIXDORF, WINCOR-NIXDORF, and EASTCOM (Eastcom) ATMs were produced by NIXDORF. The WINCOR fund purchased NIXDORF from SIEMENS in 1999. EASTCOM (Eastcom) is an NIXDORF authorized component that assembles NIXDORF's ATM but uses the EASTCOM brand.
8, OMRON, IBM (NEW)
After 1999, IBM partnered with OMRON in the Asia Pacific region to sell OMRON's ATM under the IBM brand name. OMRON still sells ATMs under its own brand name.
9, YIHUA, KEBA
During the period from 1999 to 2003, Hong Kong Yihua Company sold the ATMs of Austrian KEBA Company under the brand of YIHUA. After 2003, Yihua Chemical Company integrated a company that produces ATMs in Italy and no longer cooperated with KEBA. Now KEBA conducts business directly in the Chinese market.
11, CABLE PRINT, CTS, SMI
SMI Hong Kong sells CABLE PRINT's foreign currency exchange machines and deposit machines in Belgium, as well as Italian CTS ATMs and other equipment. CABLE PRINT has now been acquired by DIEBOLD.