Plug and Print: Print from iPhone and iPad in any network

transtec offers Lantronix xPrintServer for iOS-based systems

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transtec is one of only a few IT infrastructure firms to offer a solution for printing with iOS-based systems. Lantronix xPrintServer enables straightforward integration of mobile devices like iPhone and iPad into an existing network so printing documents and e-mails is no longer a challenge. transtec even consults with its customers to help them establish smooth running heterogeneous networks.

iPhone has proven its value as a business tool. In Germany, its market share is above twenty percent. Now the iPad is enjoying similar success.

Increasing numbers of companies are using tablet computers in their day-to-day operations. But most networks are still based on Microsoft servers, so integrating iPhones and iPads is a bit like putting a square peg into a round hole.

xPrintServer from Lantronix offers an elegant solution to this problem. It is easily integrated into existing networks where it detects all printers in the network and then makes them accessible via WiFi to mobile devices running iOS 4.2 or higher. The device is managed through the print menu provided in iOS itself. It is no longer necessary to download and install additional drivers or printer applications. Lantronix xPrintServer is the size of an iPhone. It is compatible with all common printer types and is available immediately from transtec.

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