Farmingdale, NY (PRWEB) May 17, 2004 -
MF Digital, industry leading manufacturer of CD / DVD duplication, publishing and printing technology, has standardized on Windows XP Embedded as the OS for its EC Series of Stand-alone products. ÂOur CD & DVD copier systems have no need for a PC, using no monitor, mouse, or keyboard but simply employ a COPY/COMPARE keypad with backlit LCD display. In using traditional open architecture, coupled with Microsoft Â® XP Embedded OS, we deliver a system that is infinitely more scaleable than old fashioned dedicated circuit board designs. EC, or Endless Configurations, is in part attained due to the flexibility and reliability of the Windows XP Embedded OS,Â stated MF DigitalÂs John McGrath.
Headlined by the 5000EC series Professional Tower systems MF DIGITAL leads the way in CD / DVD production equipment applications. Using the exclusive Command Module, multiple towers (from 6 to 60 drives) can be employed with a single key depression. For further flexibility, all 5000 towers can be converted to the 3000EC series automation for lights out operation.
The 3000EC Series of stand-alone CD and DVD copiers is available in two, four and six drive models. The two and four drive models support either inkjet or thermal direct-to-disc in-line printing. All models support MF DigitalÂs highly exclusive HOT Swap Towers. McGrath went on to describe it ÂConvert from high speed CD-R drives to dedicated DVD-R drives in a manner of minutes, eliminating the need to compromise production by taking half your drives offline.Â
Through the power of MicrosoftÂ® XP embedded both the 5000 and 3000 series are network capable with an unlimited seat, enterprise wide, network client making this a shareable resource on any Windows network.
MF Digital, based in E. Farmingdale, NY, has been developing state-of-the-art duplication software and controllers for over a decade. The company's extensive line of high quality manual and auto-loading CD-R and DVD-R/+R duplicators are used throughout the A/V, graphic arts and data/enterprise networking industries. Technology previously used in MediaFORM equipment is now available through the MF Digital product line.
For more information visit http://www.mfdigital.com
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