Fidelity National Information Services’ Profile Core Banking System Available on HP Integrity Servers

Jacksonville, FL - 8 August 2007

Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (FIS) announces the global availability of its Profile® core banking solution on HP Integrity servers.

Profile is FIS’ premier real-time, multicurrency core banking system that supports hundreds of institutions around the world, ranging from de novo startups to top-tier global banks. The HP Integrity server line – the company’s flagship server family featuring the latest dual-core Intel® Itanium® 2 processors – provides Profile users with flexible capacity, secured availability and simplified management of their IT environment.

“Coupling the scalability and performance of Profile with the flexibility and secure availability of HP’s Integrity server line offers tremendous economies to current and prospective clients in need of a comprehensive, adaptable core banking system,” said John Gordon, president of FIS’ Leveraged Product Development division. “We are happy that HP recognizes the numerous benefits of this premier core banking system and is making it available on the company’s flagship line of servers.”

“Financial institutions of all sizes require powerful, flexible and secure server infrastructures to best handle the high volumes of sensitive data that is processed every day,” said Michelle Weiss, vice president of marketing, Business Critical Systems, HP. “Having FIS’ Profile core banking solution available on HP Integrity servers can provide customers with the capacity, flexibility and security they need to achieve better business outcomes.”

Institutions using Profile as their core banking system typically experience industry-leading total-cost-of-ownership benefits based on increased operational efficiency, as well as dramatically lower infrastructure costs.

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