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Tuesday, November 04, 2003
Primera adds network CD/DVD publishing capabilities to the Bravo Disc Publisher


Primera Technology announced it is shipping PTBurn Network Software for the Bravo Disc Publisher. PTBurn Network Software allows multiple users to send CD or DVD recording and print jobs to a Bravo remotely from client PCs.

PTBurn Network Software includes a range of useful features for the office environment such as job status, priority job queue management, type of disc (CD/DVD), multiple copies, replacement fields and more. Disc labeling software called SureThing™ CD Labeler is built into PT Burn Network for designing disc faces that Bravo prints directly onto the surface of CDs or DVDs.

Job status is reported back to the user in real time. Remote recording and printing of discs is highly reliable and efficient, since Bravo’s major functions can be viewed remotely instead of having to physically supervise the unit in operation. Users can publish either unique “one-off” CDs or multiple disc duplication runs of up to 50 discs at a time.

The software runs on virtually any server/client network under Windows 2000/XP and sells for just US$299.95 for the first five users. Additional five-user license blocks are also available for US$299.95 each. There is no limit on the number of users that are able to send jobs over the network.


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