ATM Machine Manufacturers

The following is a list of the past and present major ATM makers with a short description. At National ATM Systems, we have new and used ATM machines available from Nautilus Hyosung, Triton, Genmega, and Hantle. The best ATM brand is a matter of your needs and your personal preference. We would like to be your ATM company. 


Nautilus Hyosung is the largest manufacturer of retail ATMs for the US market. They sell many types of ATMs including inexpensive models for the retail market that perform withdrawals and balance inquiries only and sophisticated Interactive Teller Machines (ITMs) for financial institutions that can replace many of the functions of a bank teller. Hyosung has been manufacturing ATM machines for US market since 1998. Nautilus Hyosung is a subsidiary of South Korea Hyosung, Inc which operates in the chemical, industrial machinery, IT, and construction industries. Nautilus Hyosung Americas’ headquarters are located in Irving, Texas. The best selling ATM Model for the United States Retail ATM market is the Halo II. They also sell the 2700, 2800, 4000, 5200 and 5300 models to the retail ATM market. For the Financial Institution Market, they sell the 5100, 5600, and 7600 ATM models.


Triton has been manufacturing ATMs and providing services since 1994. Once the largest retail ATM brand, Triton is the now the second largest retail ATM manufacturer. Triton ATMs are manufactured in Long Beach, Mississippi. Triton provides ATMs, smart safes, wireless modems, services and software through their Triton ATMs, ATM Gurus, TDL, and Versasafe subsidiaries. Triton’s primary retail ATM model is the ARGO which is available in 7-inch, 12-inch, and 15-inch screens.

Since 2006 Genmega has been a manufacturer and provider of ATM and Transactional Kiosk solutions with well over 150,000 units deployed worldwide. Genmega headquarters are in Hayward, California. Genmega's primary ATM Model is the G2500.


Puloon is a recent entrant into the complete ATM manufacturing market. Puloon Technology has manufactured ATM parts for over 20 years. Their models include The SiriUs I & SiriUs II ATM Machines. They have sold over 4000 machines to date.

Diebold was founded in 1859 as the Diebold Bahmann Safe Company. Diebold Nixdorf sells, manufactures, installs, and services ATMs, point-of-sale terminals, vaults, currency processing systems, and software. Diebold manufactures ATMs for banks and other financial institutions. Headquartered in Canton, Ohio, Diebold employs more than 17,000 employees, with representation in more than 90 countries worldwide and has revenue over $3.3 billion. Diebold is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "DBD."

National Cash Register Company was formed to sell the first mechanical cash register in 1884. NCR manufactures self-service kiosks, point-of-sale terminals, ATMs, check processing systems, and barcode scanners. NCR manufactures ATMs for banks and other financial institutions. Currently, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, NCR employs more than 30,000 people and has revenue over $6.3 billion. NCR is publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "NCR."

Defunct ATM Manufacturers

Hantle (Formerly Tranax) Founded in 1986, Tranax sold and supported more than 100,000 ATMs and self-service terminals throughout North America. Since 2006 Tranax started it's own manufacturing and shipped over 20,000 ATM and self-service terminals. In August 2008 Tranax became an independent, operating company of Eltna Group.



Tidel began in 1978 as part of the Southland Corporation (now known as 7-Eleven, Inc.) by inventing a robbery deterrent product that has become familiar to retail store operators everywhere - the Timed Access Cash Controller (TACC). Currently, there are over 250,000 TACCs working in retail locations throughout the world.

In 1992, Tidel introduced dial-up ATM technology to the commercial marketplace. Tidel expanded the product line to include multimedia point-of-sale kiosks that could dispense everything from cash to stamps to event tickets. As a result, Tidel and NCR Corporation entered into an asset purchase agreement in 2006 where Tidel sold all of its ATM products to NCR EasyPoint, LLC. Now Tidel only makes smart safes, cash recyclers, and Timed Access Cash Controllers.