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SEH Thinprint Gateway TPG120

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SEH ThinPrint Gateway TPG120 - Print server - EN, Fast EN

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    Are you operating a typical server-based computing environment with individual workstations connected to a central server or server farm via narrow bandwidth connections (e.g. dial up connections or lease lines)? And are you using innovative ThinPrint .print technology for bandwidth compression and control to optimize the heavy strain network printing usually exerts on such environments? Then SEH has one more solution for you to design your perfectly tailored network printing system!

    The ThinPrint Gateway TPG120 provides all benefits of the latest ThinPrint .print bandwidth compression technology for up to twelve network printers, including the support of ThinPrint SSL encryption, AutoConnect, and Connection Services!

    The ThinPrint Gateway TPG120 has been especially designed for server-based computing environments with ThinPrint technology for print job compression and bandwidth control. Up to twelve printers can be easily and quickly connected to the network via the integrated ThinPrint .print Client v7.x, making the TPG120 an ideal solution for workgroups or remote sites such as branch outlets. Users there send their compressed print job to the TPG120 where it is decompressed and, in case of ThinPrint SSL encryption, decrypted. Then the TPG120 sends on the decompressed and decrypted print job to the respective printer. The obvious advantage of this solution: Only one ThinPrint .print Client - integrated into the TPG120 - is necessary. Neither do the output devices need to have clients installed, nor is a local print server required any more. The TPG120 is entirely sufficient, reducing the total cost of ownership (TCO) per printer significantly.