Berlin, Germany (PRWEB) March 14, 2008
In concurrence with the release of Windows Server 2008, ThinPrint, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, will release a version of its print management solution ThinPrint .print for the new Windows operating system. This will allow companies who switch to Windows Server 2008 to continue using ThinPrint's proven features after March 2008.
The new Windows Server 2008 provides a great basis for application delivery infrastructures. However, in these complex, highly-distributed architectures with different operating systems everyday printing from PCs and thin clients becomes problematic even for IT experts.
ThinPrint's solution provides a remedy which will soon be available for Windows Server 2008. ThinPrint .print is continuously improving over the course of product generations and is the market-leading solution in server-based computing. The solution is flexible, cross-platform capable, and can be smoothly integrated into heterogeneous environments. It supports dedicated print servers, network printers, and thin clients, and simplifies integration of home workstations with local printers. Other features include automatic mapping of available printers as well as the tracking of print jobs and SSL-encrypted transmission of print data. In environments with SAP and Unix spool servers, the .print Host Integration Service enables dynamic and user-oriented distribution of print data. Even batch print jobs can be transmitted this way via ICA or RDP. The DRIVER FREE PRINTING technology renders complex rollouts and administration of native printer drivers unnecessary. In addition, thanks to DRIVER FREE PRINTING, companies with 64-bit platforms or Windows Vista clients can seamlessly integrate older printers in their environment, even if no driver has been published for these operating systems. Other core solution features include connection-oriented bandwidth control and compression of print data (ADVANCED ADAPTIVE COMPRESSION up to 89 percent of the original size).
"Windows Server 2008 is a big step for location-independent access to applications and is sure to enhance interest in this topic," says Charlotte Künzell, General Manager at ThinPrint .print. "Our solution is ideal to optimize printing documents in all application scenarios - no matter how complex."
ThinPrint will present its solution at CeBIT 2008 in line with its Green IT Solutions, which makes it possible to reduce hardware purchases, and paper and toner usage as well as monitoring print costs.
ThinPrint .print for Windows Server 2008 will be available worldwide at the end of March.
A beta version of the software is available now at thinprint.com/beta7.6
Press photos can be downloaded here: .thinprint.com/pressphotos