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Solimar Systems enhances Solimar Print Director Enterprise

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

San Diego, CA - Solimar Systems, Inc., a leading global provider of production printing and secure document delivery solutions, today announced the release of a new version of Solimar Print Director Enterprise (SPDE) that is compatible with Windows 7. Designed to further address the output management market by expanding operating system options, Solimar has released SPDE 7.1, which contains support for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 operating systems.

In addition to Windows 7 support, SPDE 7.1 offers a new conversion from PDF to AFPDS. The PDF::AFPDS(OC) emulation module leverages PDF containers within AFPDS data streams to enable high speed conversion and optimized file sizes for those organizations with advanced AFPDS workflows that need to leverage PDF as a data source.

SPDE 7.1 also offers software-based product licensing for clients running in virtualized environments.

Solimar has a variety of product licensing options to meet the various requirements of customers. In addition to the standard production license, Solimar offers other license types designed to maximize productivity while providing the greatest economy for each client:
- Test license is used to trial new features in a non-production setting.
- Development license is used to safely compose and test new configurations outside of the production system.
- Disaster recovery license is used to activate backup systems that will be used in case of emergency.

"Solimar is committed to providing leading output management and transform solutions to help our customers achieve their production objectives," said Mary Ann Rowan, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Solimar Systems. "We continue to improve and enhance SPDE so our customers remain productive and efficient in their operations."

 

 

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