for Immediate Release
ExcelliPrint adds IPDS support for Windows Vista
IDAHO FALLS, June 12th, 2007 - Brooks Internet Software, Inc. has released ExcelliPrint® Standard and Premium version 3.2. With updates and enhancements, ExcelliPrint continues to be an essential tool for IPDS printing in mixed IBM and Windows® print environments. ExcelliPrint supports any Windows printer, or any PCL printer (for much faster printing), and saves to PDF as well.
ExcelliPrint, a Windows print server, receives IPDS requests from Mainframe (zSeries®) and Midrange (iSeries™, System i, AS/400®) IBM servers. With this release, ExcelliPrint adds support for Windows Vista™ and other functional improvements. Enhanced job handling, increased tray selection options, improved font, overlay, text, and image rendering make ExcelliPrint version 3.2 the most advanced offering yet.
At $495 per output destination, ExcelliPrint Standard targets budget-conscious administrators with an affordable, flexible replacement for IPDS DIMMs and other hardware print servers. IPDS DIMMs are not supported on all printers and have no archiving functionality. Unlike DIMMs, ExcelliPrint can be used with printers from any manufacturer. Be it any model type (even dot-matrix printers), local, desktop or networked printer.
ExcelliPrint Premium goes further by transforming IPDS documents into additional formats like PDF and TIFF and includes an interface for managing System i IPDS devices and spool files from within a browser. Premium offers the most comprehensive and stable IPDS to Windows printing solution available today for just $795 per output destination.
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Brooks Internet Software
Founded in 1995, Brooks develops TCP/IP network printing solutions that allow Windows-based computers to print to and receive data from non-Windows computers: INTELLIscribe® for sending print requests, RPM Remote Print Manager® for receiving host print requests, and ExcelliPrint® for receiving AFP/IPDS print requests from IBM mainframe and midrange servers.