TE 2000, designed for enterprise data collection, is a proven terminal emulation client application for Intermec mobile devices. TE 2000 is stronger than ever before. It supports multiple emulation protocols in a single client and has new features such as session persistence, remote management and configuration, and offers a new maintenance plan to keep you up-to-date with the latest releases and upgrades. Improved productivity, reduced errors, and fast return on investment are all benefits you can expect with the use of TE 2000.
TE 2000 provides terminal emulation for 3270, 5250 and VT/ANSI environments and currently runs on Intermec Antares, CK30, CV60 and 700 Series mobile and wireless computers. The software provides a common menu structure and consistent user interface across the product line to simplify the use and management of applications. TE 2000 also provides multiple session support so users can switch between up to four different sessions without having to log out and re-launch each application.
Losing connection with the host application is a common event that occurs which results in lost data and time. Intermec’s dual radio access point, the WA22, along with an Intermec client running TE 2000, provides wireless session persistence and preserves data and productivity when wireless connections are lost. Connections can be retained with the host after long periods of being out of coverage or after being suspended. Users save time because they are not required to re-login when the connection is resumed.
Remote Management & Configuration
Remote management and configuration are also available with the new TE 2000 release. TE 2000 is integrated with Intermec settings and Wavelink Avalanche to provide “no touch” configuration of all TE 2000 client devices from a singleremote console. Intermec Settings and Avalanche perform rapid hands-off updates of wireless devices located anywhere within the enterprise. The system revises configurations, synchronizes software and updates firmware and drivers – remotely and seamlessly. This reduces the burden on your IT resources, and helps eliminate labor-intensive management of mobile equipment.