ThinPrint Client as an Upgrade – Now Integrated into 48 Brother Printer Models

March 11, 2020
48 Brother devices - now ThinPrint certified

Printers and multifunction devices belonging to professional color laser, monolaser, and inkjet series now print with ThinPrint technology.

(BERLIN, DENVER, March 11, 2020) Brother, the leading provider of office solutions for commercial and private users, and print management expert ThinPrint have deepened their cooperation. ThinPrint’s client has been integrated into 48 printer models belonging to the professional laser printer series L5000, L6000, L8000 and L9000. The Business Smart X is the first Brother inkjet series to include a ThinPrint client. With the latest TLS encryption of print jobs, the ThinPrint client guarantees more security for businesses and offers compression and streaming technology. This enables especially fast print outputs for both headquarters and branch offices. Dealers and system houses can easily and quickly activate via a license key the pre-installed ThinPrint client as one of the numerous upgrades.

Brother International and ThinPrint have had a successful OEM partnership for many years. ThinPrint clients were available on request for some of the Japanese manufacturer’s printers. Now cooperation has been intensified once again. “ThinPrint is an important partner when it comes to enterprise printing,” said Dominique Maier-Sinkovic, Product Manager at Brother. “We’re pleased that we now also offer our important business series customers, secure and high-performance printing with ThinPrint”.

“We’re happy to have taken productive cooperation with Brother to a completely new level,” said Bernd Hausmann, Director Business Development Printer Manufacturers at ThinPrint. “All series were certified in a multifaceted process. As a result, our technology is integrated as standard in all of Brother’s major enterprise printers. Included for the first time are also inkjet printers – an increasingly interesting option for office printing among many companies.”

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