TeleVideo Releases TeleCLIENT Windows-Based Terminals With Microsoft RDP 5.0.
SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Sept. 26, 2000
TeleVideo, Inc. (OTCBB:TELV) today released the TeleCLIENT Windows-Based Terminals with RDP 5.0 support. RDP 5.0 will be included in the entire TeleCLIENT product family, including the TC7000, TC7100 and TC7300 series of thin-clients.
Microsoft RDP 5.0 further separates the TeleCLIENTs from the competition by allowing for local printing via the RDP protocol. Previously only available via the ICA protocol, the RDP 5.0 allows administrators to configure TeleCLIENTs with local printers. "Many users prefer printing locally, versus sharing a network printer. Now all TeleCLIENTS include Microsoft's RDP 5.0 as a standard local printing through RDP." stated Chang S. Lee, Director of Software Engineering for TeleVideo. Furthermore, the inclusion of RDP 5.0 makes every TeleCLIENT compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Services.
To find out more about RDP 5.0 and TeleCLIENTs, please visit us at www.televideo.com.
About TeleVideo, Inc.
Founded in 1975, TeleVideo, Inc. is a pioneer in network computing. With over 25 years of experience in designing, manufacturing and marketing thin-client Windows-based terminals and Internet appliances, TeleVideo has played an integral role in network computing. In 2000, the company merged with Promise Engineering, Inc. to offer a more diverse product line in the field of mobile electronics while continuing to forge new ground in delivering thin-client solutions.
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