(BERLIN/DENVER, January 9, 2019) – Understanding that security is equally as important to small and midsize companies as large enterprises, Xerox VersaLink and Xerox AltaLink family of business printers support ThinPrint software.
ThinPrint’s solution ensures end-to-end encryption of print data and efficient compression and streaming of print data, delivering printouts at faster rates.
“We were able to see the market relevance of ThinPrint’s solution in several projects,” says Ammar Degani, Head of Portfolio Planning at Xerox. “With our new firmware, we have created the conditions for users of the VersaLink and AltaLink series to fully benefit from ThinPrint compression technology and meet security requirements for printing.”
ThinPrint print management solution already optimizes printing for over 25,000 companies of all sizes worldwide. Aside from print data encryption and compression, other valuable core functions include printer mapping as well as driver management for all potential scenarios. In addition, there are important technologies included to ensure high availability printing as well as easy integration of branch offices into the existing print infrastructure.
“We have worked successfully with Xerox on a number of major projects,” says Bernd Hausmann, Director Business Development Printer Manufacturer at ThinPrint. “We are pleased that support for our software is now included as standard in this important Xerox product line.”
Xerox VersaLink and AltaLink family printers equipped with the latest firmware support ThinPrint technology.
A free trial version of the ThinPrint solution is available at www.thinprint.com/demo.
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