Böblingen, 11.04.2011 - Compart, an internationally operative provider of scalable and platform-independent Output Management Systems (OMS), is extending its support for IPDS (Intelligent Printer Data Stream), the most frequently used print data stream in black and white transaction printing. The IPDS driver, which is under continuous development, supports more operating systems than ever before; in addition to the standard platforms such as Windows and Linux, this also includes UNIX platforms such as Solaris and AIX. Upon request, Compart can also extend the operating system support to include further platforms.
The IPDS driver from Compart, based on most recent technologies, closes the gap between any printable file and the IPDS printer. Documents from any origin can be directly sent to digital printers, if they support the IPDS protocol. A third-party software does not have to be interconnected. In this way, customers who want to use Compart products alongside IPDS printers, gain a comprehensive solution: It can both read the printable files and control the digital printer. With this extended development, Compart is tapping into an important market segment as IPDS devices are widely used around the world.
Furthermore, the solution offers a high level of performance and a wide range of error handling functions. This in turn guarantees the printer an average printing speed of 1400 pages per minute, depending on the document type to be printed. Furthermore, it guarantees extremely high process control for professional printing operations. With this extended development, Compart is tapping into an important market segment as IPDS devices are widely used around the world.
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