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Unicode Font


Globalization creates an increasing multi-language demand upon corporate information systems. While Microsoft Windows systems typically provide the multi-language support as part of the operating system, non-Windows environments have traditionally relied upon the printing device to provide these capabilities.

The TypeHaus International Unicode Font Solution enhances the capabilities of your HP LaserJets to print virtually all the world's business languages. Depending upon the requirements of the LaserJet model, the font resides on a USB, Compact Flash, or DIMM module that easily installs inside your LaserJet printer.

This all-encompassing font enables Unicode Standard 3.0 printing for non-Windows environments. This results in improved printing performance while eliminating the network traffic associated with printing text as graphics.

A multinational corporation with headquarters in Hong Kong may have branch offices in New York, Russia, Africa and many other diverse locations requiring the use of a mixture of languages in its daily business communications. Multifaceted enterprises require printing systems with multi-language capabilities.

Global markets introduce unique challenges for multilingual printing services. The world's languages rely upon a vast set of symbols requiring the power of Unicode to manage them. In their standard configuration, HP LaserJets include only a basic Latin-based collection of language symbols. The TypeHaus International Unicode Font extends this collection to include the full Unicode 3.0 encoding scheme.

SAP and other uses

The International Unicode Font provides a critical printing component for SAP and other environments that maintain data in the Unicode format. In many of these environments, the printer must include the Unicode fonts necessary when printing this data. The TypeHaus International Unicode Font extends the internal font collection of HP LaserJets to include the necessary capabilities.

asian double-byte alternatives

Unicode and Double-Byte are two distinctly different data encoding formats. For environments requiring double-byte support traditionally used by older dot matrix printers, TypeHaus also offers the Asian Double-Byte Fonts. TypeHaus designed the Asian Double-Byte Fonts for use in traditionally dot matrix compatible double-byte environments, and the International Unicode Font for use in newer Unicode environments. The Asian Double-Byte Fonts include only Asian characters. The International Unicode Font leverages the power of Unicode to enable printing virtually all the world's business languages.

Unicode 3.0 Scripts & Symbols
  • Arabic
  • Armenian
  • Bengali
  • Braille Patterns
  • Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics
  • Cherokee
  • Chinese
  • Currency Symbols
  • Cyrillic
  • Devanagari
  • Enclosed & Square
  • Ethiopic
  • Geometrical Symbols
  • Georgian
  • Greek
  • Gujarati
  • Gurmukhi
  • Hebrew
  • Japanese
  • Kannada
  • Khmer
  • Korean
  • Lao
  • Latin
  • Letterlike Symbols
  • Malayalam
  • Mathematical Operators & Arrows
  • Miscellaneous Symbols & Dingbats
  • Mongolian
  • Myanmar
  • Number Forms
  • Ogham
  • Oriya
  • Runic
  • Sinhala
  • Syriac
  • Tamil
  • Technical Symbols
  • Telugu
  • Thaana
  • Thai
  • Tibetan