Epson offers a wide range of compatible software solutions that are designed to complement your Epson printer and integrate with your existing or new business network.
Our business printers are compatible with most common enterprise software systems, including the following:
- SAP is one of the most popular Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software solutions. Thanks to our ESC/P, PCL and PostScript compatible emulations, a large range of Epson business printers are able to print formatted documents using SAP. This includes lasers, dot matrix and inkjet printers. For further information, please visit their website at http://www.sap.com/index.epx
Barcode printing made easy with BarSTORM:
- In order to support most barcodes in the market today, BarSTORM is a unique multi-port barcode print server and network bridge enabling auto barcode printing, with flash memory for additional data storage. Install the BarSTORM unit centrally, e.g. in a 'coms' room or server room, connect the unit to a 10baseT/100baseTX TCP/IP network, then depending on how the unit is licensed, up to 50 network attached PCL printers can be served with barcodes, fonts and overlays across the network from a single unit. For further information, please visit their website at www.fontware.com/barstorm
Software solution to print barcodes - TEC-IT:
- TBarCode/SAPwin is a Barcode DLL for SAP R/3. It extends SAPsprint, SAPlpd and Sapwin DLL with bar code generation capabilities. With TBarCode/SAPwin you can print all popular bar code formats on all Windows printers - there is no need for a special bar code printer, bar code cartridge or font extension. For further information, please visit their website at http://www.tec-it.com
- Epson makes it easy to share printing resources for Citrix users. All Epson printer drivers are compatible with Windows NT4 TSE and Windows 2000. Therefore, users can enjoy easy and secure printing under Citrix Meta frame XP with the full range of Epson printers.
Linux and Unix:
- Many current printers have an embedded PostScript interpreter, which controls the rendering of pages to paper using their PostScript description. All modern Linux desktop applications that have a print option will produce PostScript data to print full-page documents. While PostScript is regarded as standard for producing documents to be printed on Linux, the printer itself doesn't have to understand PostScript. In many cases - especially with entry level printers - PostScript data will have to be translated to the native page description language of the printer through the use of a special conversion filter. There are a number of excellent systems to choose from. CUPS (Common Unix Printing System) is a popular option and recommended for most users; it has excellent PostScript printer support, offers IPP support, a Web interface and a number of other features. Epson provides a wide range of Linux compatible printing and scanning solutions. You can download drivers to support Linux from http://www.avasys.jp/english/index_e.html .
Epson tests and certifies most common Linux and Unix platforms with our printers. Please visit http://www.avasys.jp/lx-bin2/linux_e/mfp/DL1.do for further details.
- Customers using Novell can print with their Epson printers using the certified EpsonNet NDPS Gateway version 2.3.
For the list of Epson products certified for the Novell environment, please visit http://developer.novell.com/yes/75717.htm (available in English only)