Evolis opens up to Linux

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Evolis, the French manufacturer of solutions for plastic card customisation, today announced the release of a Linux driver for its entire range of printers, thus making them available, affordable and suitable to a larger scope of users.
 
Linux has been gaining momentum over the past years and its strong appeal among professionals was key in convincing the Research & Development of Evolis to come out with a new printer driver that supports all versions of Linux.
 
Evolis steps into the Linux community by offering Linux-based solutions for plastic cards customization (smart cards, with and without contact).
 
This printer driver is available for the entire range of the Evolis printers: Tattoo, Pebble, Dualys, Quantum.
 
The Linux driver aims at large scale deployments and sets new levels of quality and interoperability for system integrators.
 
Existing users include the RATP - the City of Paris public transport system - which chose the Evolis printers for customizing their Navigo pass in a Linux environment. Today, more than 1.5 million of Parisians use the Navigo pass on a daily basis.
 
Simple and Free Implementation
Evolis embraces the Linux giveaway policy and the driver can therefore be downloaded free of charge from the Evolis Web site: www.evolis.com/en/supservices/download.asp.

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