Vancouver, March 24, 1997--Businesses that have been relying on a wireless network can now take advantage of full wireless printing. With this announcement Microplex Systems (Burnaby, British Columbia) and Lucent Technologies (Murray Hill, NJ) stretch the envelope of wireless networks. Printing on a wireless LAN no longer requires a hardwired printer.
By going wireless, companies are able to avoid costly moves and network modifications to relocate printers from one area to another. Now employees do not need to consider such configuration problems when putting in new workgroups.
The M204 PCMCIA Print Server has two Type II PCMCIA slots which support Ethernet, Token Ring, and now WaveLAN 00 PCMCIA adapters. The M204 carries the CE Mark when used with shielded cables. The M204 supports both the 915-MHz card and the 2.4-GHz WaveLAN PCMCIA cards.
The M204 PCMCIA Print Server with WaveLAN 00 software lists at $695 U.S. Upgrades of existing M204's to support WaveLAN are available at a cost of $125 U.S. All Microplex products carry a three-year warranty and a 30-day money back guarantee.
The WaveLAN/PCMCIA card is available via Lucent Technologies WaveLAN Partners and lists for $695 U.S.
For more information about Microplex and it's products, visit Microplex's Web site at www.microplex.com.
For more WaveLan information, visit Lucent Technologies Web site at www.wavelan.com.
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