Wavelink Corporation and Datamax announced that Datamax-O’Neil has selected Wavelink Avalanche Mobility Center (MC) software to pre-load on all of its wireless, 802.11-enabled mobile printers. This partnership demonstrates Datamax-O’Neil’s commitment to continuously increasing the efficiency of its enterprise printing solutions and further solidifies Wavelink’s position as the standard in wireless enterprise management.
Datamax-O’Neil customers are now empowered to deploy industry-leading management software from Wavelink to remotely monitor and configure their Datamax-O’Neil wireless printers as part of a heterogeneous environment, along with additional wireless devices on the network. Customers using Avalanche MC benefit from extensive management functionalities that include centralized remote management, performance monitoring, software distribution and crucial device security.
“Wavelink is a management solution that can handle multiple device classes and brands,” said Endre Vargha, vice president of engineering and general manager for Portable Products at Datamax-O’Neil. “Partnering with them enables users that have already deployed Wavelink Avalanche in their network to easily add and manage Datamax-O’Neil printers as part of that environment.”
Wavelink customers can now easily manage and configure Datamax-O’Neil printers through the same interface they use for their other wireless devices. The agreement also adds to Wavelink’s industry-leading network of hardware partners that represent the world’s largest mobile device manufacturers across a broad range of devices. “The trend for companies to be more mobile and implement wireless technologies continues its strong growth. As the number and type of devices increases, the ability to manage them easily through a single interface becomes even more critical,” said Wavelink President Lamar Van Wagenen.
The Datamax-O’Neil 802.11-equipped mobile printers that have been integrated with Wavelink Avalanche Mobility Center include the microFlash family of portable printers, O’Neil Compact portable printers (OC2 and OC3), and the LP3 label printer.