ThinPrint Is Pioneering New Print Technologies

NextGen V-layer offers high potential for savings and significantly greater flexibility, personal printing enables safe, code-protected printouts Berlin/Copenhagen, October 2010 – ThinPrint, leading provider of cloud printing solutions, whose basic technology is integrated into almost all VMware products, introduces two new printing technologies at VMworld in Copenhagen. Offering views of the next generation of V-layer technology with a bundle of innovations, the expert for virtual printing its new development presents personal printing. The next generation of V-layer developed by ThinPrint’s technology, which will be part of the next .print engine, coming with a whole bunch of innovations to optimize printing: the new SpeedCacheTM technology will further reduce the network load and again increase the printing speed. The new feature ThinShare lowers the cost of hardware and bandwidth, because it compresses print data a standard Windows printer sharing from the application to the Print server. Print-to-cloud makes the pressure connection to the cloud.

From any application may be printed in the cloud and retrieved the print job when you want with any devices, including Mac, PC, tablet or Smartphone, and printed on the paper as necessary. So, it is also possible to print via iPad or iPhone directly from the VDI environment. In addition the new .print version will enable also the sending of faxes with NextGen V-layer TM via the print dialog without having a separate fax server is operated. With virtual copy, documents in multiple copies in different places and in different qualities can be printed or generated on demand in digital form with the mouse. It also supports NextGen V-layer TM and hence the new .print engine advanced printing options such as punching and stapling. Second innovation in addition to NextGen V-layer TM is ThinPrints personal printing. The solution already available in its first version protects confidential information, since the expression always occurs when the user authenticates to the printer.