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Team ASA to Release Print-over-IP Server

Team ASA Inc. will begin shipping cyanPrintIP, a print-over-IP server running on Windows NT and 2000 for PC and Mac clients.

cyanPrintIP includes a print server, which allows administrators to manage the printers on the network as well as the production workflow. The server is capable of PostScript analysis and pre-flight check for all print jobs before printing and it can display the analysis and resource information for those jobs graphically. A load balancing protocol distributes print jobs to the fastest idle printers, while a font management utility ensures that all fonts are loaded on the job.

Contact Team ASA, (619) 563-5540, www.teamasa.com.

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