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Operating system migrations are driving most of the ATM hardware upgrades that financial institutions are undertaking these days, but there is little sign that financial institutions will pare down their ATM networks, according to a new industry survey from ATM software company KAL.

For 64% of the survey’s 420 respondents, operating system migrations — the move to Windows 10, for example — have prompted their ATM hardware upgrades. Despite that, only 5% of the respondents said they expected to downsize their ATM fleets.

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