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As the sales of smartphones soar in Chile, driven by the popularity of increased smartphone functionality and improved 3G coverage, the partnership between both companies presents Omlis and ISN with an immense opportunity to create a compelling proposition that has already had early engagement with companies involved in Chile's payments eco system.
The combination of powerful, innovative secure payments encryption technology provided by Omlis and ISN's impeccable industry reputation and client list, including some of Chile's largest banks and retailers, allows ISN to leverage Omlis to deliver market leading secure capability across Chile and Latin America.
If the number of nodes in ISN is less than the number of processors, then [absolute value of ISN] number of processors are used.
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The Bank which asserted readiness to assist Tunisia in its democratic transition, aims according to its ISN, to assist the country to recover its growth rate, create jobs, promote social and economic inclusion and strengthen governance through improved access to public information.
The acquisition of ISN Bank and the previously announced Berkshire Bank deal will boost Customers Bank's network to 16 branches.
The extensive consultation done in the preparation of the ISN and the diverse range of relationships established will be built upon in the months ahead in engagement with new stakeholders.
The investment will see Nessco founder Tom Smith join ISN as chairman, and ISN is intending to open a new Aberdeen office part of a broader growth plan.
Instruments of the bank to execute the ISN take in few operations to support investment policies and operations of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), trust funds of the Global Environment Fund (GEF) and other trust funds managed or financed by the World Bank including analysis and advice services.