Visa opened the doors this week on a new 370,000 square foot global data processing center on the East Coast, designed to handle what the company says are increasingly complex electronic payments.

The data center features a new operating system called Z Transaction Processing Facility (z/TPF), developed in partnership with IBM. The new system allows more information to be manipulated at once and for more complex processing functions to be performed. Together, Visa says the system is capable of handling more than 10,000 transaction messages per second.

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