Scalable solutions with reliable, proven network management options for businesses from large organizations to small offices - serving needs ranging from daily office printing to the most highly demanding business applications.
Axis print servers connect to any printer* and provide one uniformed, easy-to-use interface regardless of printer brand.
External print servers are future proof as they do not depend on the brand of the connected printer. Axis multi-port models connect up to three printers to one print server.
External print servers of one single brand in an environment with many different kinds of printers from many different manufacturers makes life a lot simpler for the administrator.
With AXIS ThinWizard (device management software), multiple Axis products can be viewed and managed in groups using a standard Web browser.
* Host-based printers such as GDI, CAPT and PPA are not supported.
|Simple to install, use and manage
AXIS ThinWizard - the device management software for bulk upgrades and status reports for all Axis products on a network.
Axis' 3-port print servers can use all ports simultaneously in Windows NT environments.
Future-proof support for both 10 Mbps and Fast Ethernet Solutions.
|Logical Printer Concept (LPC)
The LPC function can redirect a job to another port if the designated printer is busy.
The print server can do character set conversion. LPC is excellent in a mixed OS network.
|Minimize Novell network costs
Fewer licenses are now required, Axis uses one license per file server for three connected printers.
Other manufacturers license per printer.
|More print methods
Axis' print servers offer 5 printing methods for UNIX users: LPD, FTP, Reverse Telnet, PROS-A and PROS-B.
|Protect your investments
Looking ahead - follow the latest technology investments with Axis' free firmware upgrades.
Looking back - Axis' 3-port print servers with a serial port can be used to network plotters and other older printing devices.
|ROI on Axis Print Servers
Calculate the cost savings of choosing a printer with a standalone AXIS print server compared to a 'networked' printer.
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