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What does IPDS stand for?

IPDS stands for Intelligent Printer Data Stream (RFC 2708)

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Further helping Ricoh customers to streamline document management operations and reduce copy and print production costs, Equitrac already provides Ricoh with its Print & Copy Control (PCC) and Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) solutions embedded in Ricoh multifunction device offerings.
The new updates include: an in-line envelope converting module for the Mailstream Wrapper Productivity Series; a Print+ Direct Mail[TM] color inkjet system; an enhanced client job tracking capability for DFWorks[R] Software; and Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS) compatibility for the IntelliJet 20[R] Printing System.
The heritage of InfoPrint Solutions Company includes the development of the IBM Advanced Function Presentation (AFP) Architecture - now an industry standard - and Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS), which has since become the standard for mission critical business printing.
Additional Fiery productivity enhancement tools include: --Enhanced USB-based capability for walk-up media printing; --Seamless integration with corporate email systems via LDAP; --Fiery NetWise(TM) for seamless connectivity to all popular network platforms; --Fiery WebTools(TM) for easy remote system management; --Fiery FreeForm(TM) for flexible variable data printing capabilities; --Optional Hot Folders for automated batch processing of PostScript and PDF files; --Optional EFI Data Center Package, linking IBM Mainframe and AS/400 users to the advantages of EFI's Fiery workflow, enabling the Fiery controller to access and print Intelligent Printer Data Stream (IPDS).
OnePrint G2 for Windows distributes Advanced Function Printing (AFP) documents through Intelligent Printer Data Streams (IPDS) to any Windows-environment TCP/IP LAN-attached printer, enabling host documents to be printed on laser, inkjet, or matrix printers anywhere in the enterprise.