Japanese banks are upgrading their automated teller machine networks, and U.S.-based vendors see dollar signs.

Japan has lagged other industrialized nations in the scope and capacity of its ATM systems. But several recent developments have led U.S. executives to say that the major Japanese banks, which rank among the largest in the world, are making a serious push toward modernization.

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