The printing solution for remote and virtual desktop environments
The leading print solution for remote and virtual desktop environments ensures full control over virtualized print architectures, whether they are Microsoft, VMware, Citrix, Parallels or heterogeneous environments. The easy-to-implement print management system reduces the burden on IT administrators by conveniently managing all corporate printers and printer drivers. Thanks to automatic printer mapping, employees connect to the right printers in every session – even in home-offices. Optimal compression, SpeedCache, streaming and encryption all ensure both fast and secure remote and virtual desktop printing.
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High availability printing thanks to load balancing and failover
ThinPrint Engine delivers load balancing and failover for print servers and clients, ensuring you benefit from true high-availability printing.
Radical reduction in print data
ThinPrint’s intelligent compression process achieves a reduction in print data volume of up to 98%. Print data is compressed on all lines, including from workstations in branch offices to the print server at headquarters and from here to the printer. As a result, ThinPrint Engine ensures high printing speeds and prevents bandwidth bottlenecks.
Secure printing – even without VPN
ThinPrint Engine uses SSL/TLS encryption (128-bit) when transferring print jobs, thus protecting even the most sensitive documents. ThinPrint software integrated into the hardware allows even end-to-end encryption right up to the printer. The ThinPrint Secure Tunnel creates a highly-secure print tunnel from the client to the print server, allowing seamless TCP/IP printing, even in masked networks. Thanks to the ThinPrint Secure Tunnel, businesses no longer need expensive VPN connections to ensure secure printing in branch offices.
Tracking and reporting print volumes
ThinPrint Engine records and analyzes company-wide printing behavior as well as the resulting printing costs. More on print tracking »