OnePrint G2 for Windows®

OnePrint G2 for Windows® is the second generation of this powerful and versatile server-based print management platform that enables Mainframe and/or Midrange print job distribution over TCP/IP to any printer in a Windows environment.

Each OnePrint G2 for Windows® allows you to distribute print jobs on a large number of printers. A virtually unlimited number of printers can be attained by adding more OnePrint G2 for Windows® units.

OnePrint G2 for Windows® enables delivery of AFP/IPDS host documents to any predefined Windows® attached ASCII printer.

It provides central management and dynamic control over setup, print routing and problem resolution for all distributed LAN-attached printers. Your personnel continue working like before but with the added benefits.

Now, you can print any host document to any target printer at any time.

OnePrint for Windows® receives host print jobs (AFP/IPDS ) and then converts them into standard ASCII data streams (PCL4, PCL5, PCL5 Level 3, PCL5 Enhanced, Epson, Canon and PostScript). OnePrint for Windows® then sends the converted data a Windows® Server 2000 or 2003 predefined printer (print queue). OnePrint for Windows® can be managed remotely via a web browser from any Windows® workstation.

Key Benefits

  • OnePrint for Windows® allows you to distribute host-based print jobs to a large number of printers. You can now print any host document to any Windows® predefined printers at any time. Whatever the printer, the results are the same - host documents will always be printed exactly the way you expect them.
  • OnePrint for Windows® helps you get the most of your already existing technology. While other solutions require expensive and repeated investments in controllers, printers or printer interface devices, OnePrint for Windows® works with your existing enterprise printing technology.
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