ThinPrint Technology Adopted by HP
Integrated .print Client Optimizes New HP Compaq t5530 and HP Compaq t5135 for printing in server based computing networks
In server based computing networks with remote offices, the voluminous data traffic created by printing often causes bandwidth bottlenecks, high transmission costs, and degraded performance. To avoid these problems, many businesses deploy the print management solution, ThinPrint .print. Labeled with the prestigious Citrix Ready logo, the software solution compresses print data to down to 1% of its original size and features sophisticated technology for connection-based bandwidth control to secure the network connectivity of the remote offices. Integration of the ThinPrint technology in HP thin clients allows companies the advantages of the ThinPrint .print print management solution directly and without the detour of adding further hardware solutions.
Both the Windows CE based thin client HP Compaq t5530 and the Linux based thin client HP Compaq t5135 can use the ThinPrint technologies for compression and bandwidth control. Moreover, both devices can use DRIVER FREE NATIVE PRINTING, which resolves driver issues on the terminal server. For the Windows CE based devices exists a .print client that supports the RDP and ICA protocol. Therefore the print data can also be sent through the virtual channel. When print servers are in use, data is normally printed via TCP/IP. If the remote offices are in a masked network, though, the print jobs cannot be delivered. With the integrated .print Client, the HP thin client is now able to receive print data despite network masking and, moreover, to decrypt SSL print data encrypted by the .print Server Engine.
The HP Compaq t5530 and HP Compaq t5135 thin clients are already available in USA and will soon be available worldwide. For HP’s market leading t5720 customers can use the Windows XP Pro .print client. Integration of the .print Client into other thin clients by HP is in preparation.
"We are very pleased about this cooperation,” states Bernd Hausmann, Director Consulting Services at ThinPrint and responsible for strategic partnerships with hardware manufacturers. "In HP we have found a strong international partner who covers all infrastructure needs from the server all the way to the thin client."
“Although remote client solutions such as Citrix Presentation Server, HP’s Consolidated Client Infrastructure and HP’s Virtual Desktop Infrastructure can save customers time, effort and money compared to traditional PC deployments, printing often presents a problem,” says Greg Schmidt, lead Product Marketing Manager for HP Thin Clients. “The ThinPrint technology dramatically enhances the printing experience for remote client computing, making HP thin clients that much easier to deploy and manage.”
Further information about ThinPrint .print can be found at www.thinprint.com/...
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ThinPrint specializes in mobile enterprise solutions and printing in distributed network architectures. The company’s success is based on its print management solution, ThinPrint .print, which is successfully employed in companies of all sizes in all sectors around the globe. More than 500 major distributors and resellers in over 80 countries sell products made by ThinPrint GmbH. Thanks to numerous partnerships, client components using patent-pending .print technology have been integrated into the terminals, printboxes, PDAs and mobile phones of several leading hardware producers. A special role is played here by strategic partnerships with BlackBerry (RIM), Bluetooth SIG, Citrix Systems, Inc., Fujitsu Siemens Computers, Lexmark International, Inc., Microsoft, Nokia, Orange, Palm, Inc., Sun Microsystems Inc., Symbian Ltd., VMware, Inc. and XPS Software GmbH.
In North America: ThinPrint, Inc., Francesca Brunello, Business Relations and Communications Manager, Francesca.email@example.com, Tel.: 440.331.8446
In APAC: ThinPrint, Stevan Caldwell, Regional Manager APAC, L 10,
275 Alfred Street / North Sydney / NSW / 2060 / Australia
T: +61 (0)2 94600319 / F: +61 (0)2 89203835, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org,
In the UK: Rod de St Croix, 0208 847 5291, 07751 929160, e-mail: email@example.com
Headquarters: ThinPrint GmbH, Silke Kluckert, Public Relations Manager, Tel.: +49.30.39 49 31-66,
Fax: +49.30.394931-99, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, http://www.thinprint.com
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