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Loftware Print Server 2000 - upgrade license

Mfg. Part: 030756NT-UP | CDW Part: 1338843 | UNSPSC: 43233410
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This item was discontinued on May 22, 2017.

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  • Upgrade license
  • 8 printers
  • Win
  • English
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  • Upgrade license
  • 8 printers
  • Win
  • English
The Loftware Print Server (LPS) is a high-end solution for corporations that have significant label printing requirements. It utilizes advanced technology that is designed to act as a middleware component to medium and large-scale business systems. It is not intended for simpler applications that can be handled with other stand-alone Loftware printing modules such as On-Demand, Range, or Batch Print.

The LPS forms the basis of Loftware's "Server-Centric" approach to barcode labeling systems. Server-Centric means that all barcode label printing in an area, building or enterprise is controlled from a centralized PC on the network. Several thin client modules are included with the LPS in order to provide flexibility in the methods used to make label requests. This is an extremely useful tool for printing labels from your ERP/MRP II and/or WMS systems, regardless of the platform on which they reside. Host computers and operating systems, such as UNIX, AS/400, HP 9000, DEC VAX and Risc/6000 can also request labels through the LPS. It is also a viable solution for client/server PC and RF applications.

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