Mainframe z/OS Digital & Printing Solutions
MPI Tech has a range of products that help you manage your Mainframe/System z output.
Whether you need to print on dedicated AFP printers, PCL/PostScript printers or, production printers or need digital output we have the solution.
Our focus is on AFP and line data-printing to PCL and PostScript networked printers as well as solutions that provide AFP2PDF conversion. The resultant PDF documents can be archived or optionally sent as e-mail attachments.
Global Mainframe output management
MPI Tech’s Enterprise Print Manager provides total output management for z/OS applications on the Mainframe platform. Enterprise Print Manager converts Mainframe output such as AFP and Line data to PCL, PostScript and PDF and PDF/A.
Our portfolio includes a range of solutions that manages Mainframe output on Network servers(Windows, AIX, Linux, Unix, Solaris...) such as Blue Server and AFP Fast Parser as well as the LinkCom hardware that throughputs the mainframe output directly to the printer. We can also provide native IPDS emulation to printers from 20 to 6000 ipm.
View AFP files on the fly
On-the-fly viewing of AFP files is required when you need to verify a large file before printing or when you need to locate a spcific page in a large AFP batch file. We have solutions that offer on-demand AFP file viewing with conversion options both directly on the Mainframe with AFP Conversion Module on and in Windows environments with possible online access with Parser for Web.
Secure printing of Mainframe output
Many organisations have introduced secure pull printing for their office application output. The challenge has been to integrate the mainframe output into the secure print solution in order to avoid uncollected print from lying out in the open.
MPI Tech has developed an integration, that will convert the System z output to PCL or PostScript and collect user information and document name and store it all on the secure print server, until the document owner logs in at a printer and prints the document.
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