JetSend

JetSend

A technology from HP that provides direct communications between network devices, such as cameras, scanners and printers, that is independent of any servers or applications. JetSend uses IP addressing over the Internet or an intranet.
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The new product, which is the latest version of the company's Pagis Pro digital imaging software, incorporates Hewlett-Packard Co's JetSend device-to-device communications technology, enabling users to share documents and photos wirelessly with other users of JetSend-enabled devices.
have launched JetSend Development Center (JDC) to integrate JetSend communications protocol into their products.
TI's DSC21 enables advanced features such as USB connectivity, an 8MB CompactFlash(TM) card to store between 10 and 80 pictures, and an HP JetSend infrared interface, which allows for quick and simple wireless printing with just the touch of a button.
In addition to IPP, NetSend products also support Hewlett- Packard's JetSend protocol and TROY XCD's proprietary PrintraNet protocol for Internet printing.
NASDAQ: TROY) have introduced TROY Group's NetSend family of Internet print servers, allowing a wide range of non-HP and HP printers to communicate via HP JetSend, an open communications protocol developed by HP.
Nasdaq: SSFT) today announced that the next generation of their award-winning Pagis Pro will be the first digital imaging suite to offer HP's JetSend device-to-device communications protocol.
Apparently HP hasn't yet figured out it if it will brand, package or market the technology, but it's likely to feature extensive integration with the company's JetSend mechanism that provides access to image and printing services over the network.
June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Windward Group of Metamor Software Solutions, a business unit of Metamor Worldwide (Nasdaq: MMWW), today announced it has been signed as an Authorized JetSend Developer for Hewlett-Packard Company's JetSend communications protocol.
These published APIs enable Minolta's software developers to tailor Tornado for specific digital imaging applications by easily integrating custom or third-party tools as well as runtime components such as Adobe's PostScript, innovative connection protocols like Hewlett Packard's JetSend, and camera technology such as FlashPoint's Digita operating environment.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- Wind River Systems (Nasdaq: WIND), the leading provider of integrated development software tools, real-time operating systems, and engineering services for embedded applications in the digital imaging market, announced today that Hewlett-Packard's recently introduced 9100C Digital Sender office communication device was built using Wind River's Tornado(TM) development environment and VxWorks(R) real-time operating system with HP's JetSend auto negotiation protocol.
They also incorporate both the Salutation and JetSend peer-to-peer communications protocols to enhance productivity.
With the Tornado for Digita software, manufacturers can create standardized and easy-to-use products based on the new imaging platform and other industry standards such as JetSend, TrueFFS and Java.