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In many cases, the end of the year gives you time to step back and take stock of the last 12 months. This is when many of us take a hard look at what worked and what did not, complete performance reviews, and formulate plans for the coming year. For me, it is all of those things plus a time when I u...
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Ethernet 241 Now Available from RF IDeas

RF IDeas Inc., the leading manufacturer of in-building identification and access control readers, announced the release of the Ethernet 241. The Ethernet 241 is a serial to Ethernet two-port switch that gives customers the ability to enable secure printing on any network printer.

Secured printing allows companies to secure confidential and proprietary information, reduce day-to-day printing costs and save time by optimizing workflow. Until recently, secured printing capabilities were only available on a small percentage of printers in the market. When paired with a pcProx® reader, the Ethernet 241 gives users the ability to add secure printing to any network printer, without the cost of additional network cabling and infrastructure.

“Until now, secure printing was only an accessible feature to a small percentage of users with technology specific, multi-function printers,” says RF IDeas President Rick Landuyt. “By offering the Ethernet 241, secured printing can be enabled on any printer, anywhere. Thus, allowing any user to set up a secured printing solution.”

The RF IDeas pcProx and pcProx Plus lines of card readers currently support over 45 different types of proximity (125 kHz) and contactless (13.56 MHz) smart card credentials. Combining the power and versatility of pcProx card readers with the new Ethernet 241, expands the functionality of RF IDeas products even further for our customers.

About RF IDeas:

RF IDeas, founded in 1995, is the innovator of WaveID®, the new standard for badge-based authentication and identification solutions powered by RF IDeas readers. Under the WaveID umbrella, RF IDeas designs, develops, and manufactures a complete line of pcProx® card readers that support nearly every proximity and contactless smart card in use worldwide. RF IDeas readers come in many form factors and are used in numerous applications and OEM solutions including: multi-function printers, kiosks, building and door access, point-of-sale, attendance management and computer logon. In addition to pcProx readers, RF IDeas also offers magnetic stripe card readers, Wiegand Converters and Software Developer's Kits.

Inc. magazine ranked RF IDeas No. 13 in the Computer Hardware Industry on its Inc. 500|5000 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. To view a variety of applications utilizing RF IDeas card readers, visit www.youtube.com/RFIDeas. For further information please email: sales@RFIDeas.com and connect via social media at www.Facebook.com/RFIDeas and www.Twitter.com/RFIDeas.

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