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HPE6-A49 Aruba Certified Design Expert 8 Written Exam

Exam ID : HPE6-A49
Exam type : Proctored
Exam duration : 2 hours
Exam length : 60 questions
Passing score : 70%
Delivery languages : Japanese, English

Exam Description
This exam validates candidates knowledge, skills, and ability to analyze a customers complex, enterprise-level, wired and wireless campus, branch, and remote networking requirements, create an architectural solution design and integrate the design components.

Exam Contents
This exam has 60 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
- Multiple choice (multiple responses), scenario based
- Multiple choice (single response), scenario based
- Multiple choice (multiple responses)
- Multiple choice (single response)
- Scenarios with multiple questions

9%
- Gather and analyze data, and document customer requirements.
- Given an outline of a customer's needs for a complex multi-site, multi-vendor environment, determine the information required to create a solution.
20%
- Evaluate the requirements, and select the wired and wireless networking technologies for the design.
- Given a scenario, evaluate the customer requirements for a complex multi-site, multi-vendor environment to identify gaps per a gap analysis and select components based on the analysis results.
- Given a scenario, translate the business needs of a complex multi-site, multi-vendor environment into technical customer requirements.
33%
- Plan and design an Aruba solution per the customer requirements.
- Given a scenario, select the appropriate products based on the customer's technical requirements for a complex multi-site, multi-vendor environment (complex integration).
- Given the customer requirements for a complex multi-site multi-vendor environment, design the high-level architecture.
- Given a customer scenario, explain how a specific technology or solution would meet the customer's requirements.
30%
- Produce a detailed design specification document. (Network design, Visio diagram, RF plan)
- Given a customer scenario for a complex multi-site, multi-vendor environment, choose the appropriate components that should be included in the BOM.
- Given the customer requirements for a complex multi-site multi-vendor environment, determine the component details and document the high-level design.
- Given a customer scenario for a complex multi-site multi-vendor environment, determine and document the detailed network management design.
- Given a customer scenario for a complex multi-site, multi-vendor environment, design and document a detailed network security solution.
- Given a customer scenario, design and document the branch access solution.
- Given a customer scenario of a complex multi-site, multi-vendor environment, design and document the logical and physical network solutions.
- Given the customer scenario and service level agreements, document the licensing and maintenance requirements. (Note: These will be line items in BOM [Service packs, subscriptions, uptime scenarios].)
8%
- Recommend the solution to the customer.
- Given the customer's requirements, explain and justify the recommended solution.

Aruba Certified Design Expert 8 Written Exam
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Supplier TOE Name for Overseas Certifica
-tion
Date
Conform
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Recogn
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By
TOE Name for Japan
C0754
RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM C530F/C530FB,
SAVIN IM C530FB,
LANIER IM C530FB,
nashuatec IM C530F/C530FB,
Rex Rotary IM C530F/C530FB,
Gestetner IM C530F/C530FB
E-1.00
2022-07 EAL2 logo

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C0753 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Revoria Press E1136 / E1125 / E1110 / E1100 models with Copy, Print, Scan, Overwrite Storage and PostScript
Controller ROM Ver. 1.1.1
2022-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Revoria Press E1136 / E1125 / E1110 / E1100 models with Copy, Print, Scan, Overwrite Storage and PostScript
Controller ROM Ver. 1.1.1

C0752 RISO KAGAKU CORPORATION [Japanese]
ORPHIS FT2430 with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for FT
[English]
ComColor FT2430 with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package F20
SORAALL 1.1.002
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

[Japanese]
ORPHIS FT2430 with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for FT
[English]
ComColor FT2430 with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package F20
SORAALL 1.1.002

C0751 RISO KAGAKU CORPORATION [Japanese]
ORPHIS FT1430 with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for FT
[English]
ComColor black FT1430 / ComColor black FT1430R with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package F20
SORAALL 1.1.002
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

[Japanese]
ORPHIS FT1430 with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for FT
[English]
ComColor black FT1430 / ComColor black FT1430R with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package F20
SORAALL 1.1.002

C0750 RISO KAGAKU CORPORATION [Japanese]
ORPHIS FT5430 / ORPHIS FT5230 / ORPHIS FT5230A / ORPHIS FT5231 with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for FT
[English]
ComColor FT5430 / ComColor FT5430R / ComColor FT5230 / ComColor FT5230R / ComColor FT5231 / ComColor FT5231R / ComColor FT5000 / ComColor FT5000R with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security
Package F20
SORAALL 1.1.002
2020-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

[Japanese]
ORPHIS FT5430 / ORPHIS FT5230 / ORPHIS FT5230A / ORPHIS FT5231 with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for FT
[English]
ComColor FT5430 / ComColor FT5430R / ComColor FT5230 / ComColor FT5230R / ComColor FT5231 / ComColor FT5231R / ComColor FT5000 / ComColor FT5000R with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security
Package F20
SORAALL 1.1.002

C0749 KONICA MINOLTA,INC.

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2022-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo KONICA MINOLTA AccurioPrint 2100
GM2-10
C0748 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C568iF/C568iFZ/C478i/C478iF/C478iZ/C478iFZ with Fax
1514
2022-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0747 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2018A/2518A/3018A/3518A/4518A/
5018A all of the above with FAX Unit and FIPS Hard Disk Kit
SYS V2.0
2022-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0746 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2515AC/3015AC/3515AC/4515AC/
5015AC all of the above with FAX Unit and FIPS Hard Disk Kit
SYS V2.0
2022-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0745 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Apeos C5240 model
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.7
2022-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Apeos C5240 model
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.7

C0744 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Apeos 6340 model
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.7
2022-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Apeos 6340 model
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.7

C0743 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Apeos C3060 / C2560 / C2360 / C2060 /
C3060 GK / C2560 GK / C2060 GK
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.6, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2022-05 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Apeos C3060 / C2560 / C2360 / C2060 /
C3060 GK / C2560 GK / C2060 GK
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.6, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0742 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Apeos 3560 / 3060 / 2560 / 3560 GK /
3060 GK / 2560GK
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.4, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2022-05 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Apeos 3560 / 3060 / 2560 / 3560 GK /
3060 GK / 2560 GK
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.4, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0741 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Apeos 5570 / 4570 / 3570 / 5570 GK / 4570 GK models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.8, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2022-05 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Apeos 5570 / 4570 / 3570 / 5570 GK / 4570 GK models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.8, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0740 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 717/617/527 Series 2600 model
1.0
2022-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0739 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C477 Series 2600 model
1.0
2022-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0736 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM 2500/2500G/2509J/3000/3000G/
3009J/3500/3500G/3509J/4000/4000G/
5000/5000G/6000/6000G,
SAVIN IM 2500/2500G/3000/3000G/3500/
3500G/4000/4000G/5000/5000G/6000/6000G,
LANIER IM 2500/2500G/3000/3000G/3500/
3500G/4000/4000G/5000/5000G/6000/6000G,
nashuatec IM 2500/3000/3500/4000/5000/6000,
Rex Rotary IM 2500/3000/3500/4000/5000/6000,
Gestetner IM 2500/3000/3500/4000/5000/6000
E-1.01
2022-01 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0735 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2022-01 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IM 6000/5000/4000/3500/2500
J-1.01
C0734 KONICA MINOLTA,INC.

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2022-01 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo KONICA MINOLTA AccurioPress C7100 / C7090 with UK-112/PF-713
GM4-20
C0733 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C38935KG/C38930KG/C38926KG/C38922KG/
C3835/C3835i/C3835F/C3830/C3830i/C3830F/
C3826/C3826i/C3826F/C3822/C3822i with Fax & PDL
628
2021-12 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C38935KG/C38930KG/C38926KG/C38922KG/
C3835/C3835i/C3835F/C3830/C3830i/C3830F/
C3826/C3826i/C3826F/C3822/C3822i with Fax & PDL
628 C0732 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C58970KG/C58960KG/C58950KG/C58940KG/
C5870i/C5870F/C5860i/C5860F/C5850i/
C5850F/C5840i/C5840F with Fax & PDL
619
2021-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C58970KG/C58960KG/C58950KG/C58940KG/
C5870i/C5870F/C5860i/C5860F/C5850i/
C5850F/C5840i/C5840F with Fax & PDL
619 C0731 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 68970KG/68960KG/6870/6870i/6860/6860i
with Fax & PDL
619
2021-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 68970KG/68960KG/6870/6870i/6860/6860i
with Fax & PDL
619 C0730 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2021-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IM 9000/9000T/8000/7000
J-1.000
C0729 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM 7000/8000/9000,
SAVIN IM 7000/8000/9000,
LANIER IM 7000/8000/9000,
nashuatec IM 7000/8000/9000,
Rex Rotary IM 7000/8000/9000,
Gestetner IM 7000/8000/9000
E-1.00
2021-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0728 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION EPSON LX-10020M/WF-M21000 with FAX
1.00
2021-08 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo EPSON LX-10020M/WF-M21000 with FAX
1.00 C0727 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2021-08 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IM C6000/C5500/C4500
J-2.00
C0726 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM C4500/C4500G/C5500/C6000/C6000G,
SAVIN IM C4500/C4500G/C6000/C6000G,
LANIER IM C4500/C4500G/C6000/C6000G,
nashuatec IM C4500/C5500/C6000,
Rex Rotary IM C4500/C5500/C6000,
Gestetner IM C4500/C5500/C6000
E-2.00
2021-08 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0725 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Apeos C8180 / C7580 / C6580
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.20, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2021-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Apeos C8180 / C7580 / C6580
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.20, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0724 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. FUJIFILM Apeos C7070 / C6570 / C5570 / C4570 /
C3570 / C3070 / C2570 / C7070 GK / C6570 GK /
C5570 GK / C4570 GK / C3570 GK / C3070 GK
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.20, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2021-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

FUJIFILM Apeos C7070 / C6570 / C5570 / C4570 /
C3570 / C3070 / C2570 / C7070 GK / C6570 GK /
C5570 GK / C4570 GK / C3570 GK / C3070 GK
models with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.20, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0723 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C55960KG (III)/C55950KG (III)/C55940KG (III)/
C55935KG (III)/C5560i III/C5560F III/C5550i III/
C5550F III/C5540i III/C5540F III/C5535i III/C5535F III with FAX and PDL
16.20
2021-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C55960KG (III)/C55950KG (III)/C55940KG (III)/
C55935KG (III)/C5560i III/C5560F III/C5550i III/
C5550F III/C5540i III/C5540F III/C5535i III/C5535F III with FAX and PDL
16.20

C0722 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH Pro C5300SL,
nashuatec Pro C5300SL,
Rex Rotary Pro C5300SL,
Gestetner Pro C5300SL,
infotec Pro C5300SL
E-1.00
2021-05 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0721 Canon Inc. Canon imagePRESS C1970KG /imagePRESS C170/imagePRESS C165/imagePRESS Lite C170/imagePRESS Lite C165 2600 model
2.0
2021-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imagePRESS C1970KG /imagePRESS C170/imagePRESS C165/imagePRESS Lite C170/imagePRESS Lite C165 2600 model
2.0

C0720 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA AccurioPress C4080 / AccurioPress C4070 / AccurioPrint C4065 with UK-112
GM2-20
2021-04 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA AccurioPress C4080 / AccurioPress C4070 / AccurioPrint C4065 with UK-112
GM2-20

C0719 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH Pro C5300S/C5310S,
SAVIN Pro C5300S/C5310S,
LANIER Pro C5300S/C5310S,
nashuatec Pro C5300S/C5310S,
Rex Rotary Pro C5300S/C5310S,
Gestetner Pro C5300S/C5310S,
infotec Pro C5300S/C5310S
E-1.00
2021-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0718 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2021-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH Pro C5310S/C5300S
J-1.00
C0717 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 6000 Series 2600 model
1.0
2021-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX 6000 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0716 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C357/C257 Series 2600 model
1.0
2021-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C357/C257 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0715 KONICA MINOLTA,INC.

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2021-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo KONICA MINOLTA AccurioPress C14000/C12000 with UK-112/PF-713
GM0-20
C0714 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 4750i/bizhub 4050i with FK-517,
DEVELOP ineo 4750i/ineo 4050i with FK-517
G00-19
2021-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 4750i/bizhub 4050i with FK-517,
DEVELOP ineo 4750i/ineo 4050i with FK-517
G00-19 C0713 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C287i/bizhub C257i/bizhub C227i with FK-513,
DEVELOP ineo+ 287i/ineo+ 257i/ineo+ 227i with FK-513
G00-16
2021-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C287i/bizhub C257i/bizhub C227i with FK-513,
DEVELOP ineo+ 287i/ineo+ 257i/ineo+ 227i with FK-513
G00-16

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C287i/bizhub C257i/bizhub C227i with FK-513,
DEVELOP ineo+ 287i/ineo+ 257i/ineo+ 227i with FK-513,
Sindoh D322/D332A/D332E/D331E/D320/D330A/D330E/CM2103/ CM2043 with FK-513
G00-16
2021-06
(Assurance Continuity)
C0712 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM C6500/C8000,
SAVIN IM C6500/C8000,
LANIER IM C6500/C8000,
nashuatec IM C6500/C8000,
Rex Rotary IM C6500/C8000,
Gestetner IM C6500/C8000
E-1.00
2021-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0711 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2021-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IM C8000/C6500
J-1.00
C0710 SHARP CORPORATION SHARP MX-8081 fax standard model with MX-FR65U; and MX-8081 / 7081 fax option model with MX-FR65U and MX-FX15
0110Se00
2021-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

SHARP MX-8081 fax standard model with MX-FR65U;
and MX-8081 / 7081 fax option model with MX-FR65U and MX-FX15
0110Se00

C0709 SHARP CORPORATION SHARP MX-8081/7081 fax option model with MX-FR65U
0110Se00
2021-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0708 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
5570/4570/3570/5570 G/4570 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2021-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
5570/4570/3570/5570 G/4570 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0707 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort-VII
5022/5021/4021 models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3
2021-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort-VII
5022/5021/4021 models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3

C0706 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort-VII
C4422/C4421/C3322/C3321 models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3
2021-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort-VII
C4422/C4421/C3322/C3321 models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3

C0705 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
3560/3060/2560/
3560 G/3060 G/2560 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2021-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
3560/3060/2560/
3560 G/3060 G/2560 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0704 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
C3060/C2560/C2360/C2060/
C3060 G/C2560 G/ C2060 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2021-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
C3060/C2560/C2360/C2060/
C3060 G/C2560 G/C2060 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0703 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
8700 Series 2600 model
1.0
2021-02 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
8700 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0702 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C7700 Series 2600 model
1.0
2021-02 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C7700 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0701 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
6700 Series 2600 model
1.0
2021-02 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
6700 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0700 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION EPSON LX-10050MF/LX-10050KF/LX-7550MF/LX-6050MF/WF-C21000/WF-C20750/WF-C20600 with FAX
2.00
2021-01 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo EPSON LX-10050MF/LX-10050KF/LX-7550MF/LX-6050MF/WF-C21000/WF-C20750/WF-C20600 with FAX
2.00 C0699 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 650i/bizhub 550i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo 650i/ineo 550i with FK-514
G00-31
2021-01 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 650i/bizhub 550i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo 650i/ineo 550i with FK-514
G00-31

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 650i/bizhub 550i with FK-514, DEVELOP ineo 650i/ineo 550i with FK-514,
Sindoh N802/N801/MF6111/MF5101 with FK-514
G00-31
2022-05
(Assurance Continuity)
C0698 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 450i/bizhub 360i/ bizhub 300i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo 450i/ineo 360i/ineo 300i with FK-514
G00-31
2021-01 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 450i/bizhub 360i/ bizhub 300i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo 450i/ineo 360i/ineo 300i with FK-514
G00-31

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 450i/bizhub 360i/
bizhub 300i with FK-514, DEVELOP ineo 450i/ineo 360i/
ineo 300i with FK-514,
Sindoh N800/MF4093 with FK-514
G00-31
2022-05
(Assurance Continuity)
C0697 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
C7070/C6570/C5570/C4570/C3570/C3070/C2570/
C7070 G/C6570 G/C5570 G/C4570 G/C3570 G/C3070 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2021-01 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
C7070/C6570/C5570/C4570/C3570/C3070/C2570/
C7070 G/C6570 G/C5570 G/C4570 G/C3570 G/C3070 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0696 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 750i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo 750i with FK-514
G00-34
2020-12 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 750i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo 750i with FK-514
G00-34

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub 750i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo 750i with FK-514,
Sindoh N803/MF7123 with FK-514
G00-34
2022-05
(Assurance Continuity)
C0695 Canon Inc. Canon imagePRESS
C910/C810/C710/C660 2600 model
1.0
2020-12 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imagePRESS
C910/C810/C710/C660 2600 model
1.0

C0694 SHARP CORPORATION SHARP BP-30C25 fax standard model with BP-FR10U; and BP-30C25 fax option model with BP-FR10U, MX-PK13 and MX-FX15
0110Uc00
2020-12 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

SHARP BP-30C25 fax standard model with BP-FR10U; and BP-30C25 fax option model with BP-FR10U, MX-PK13 and MX-FX15
0110Uc00

C0693 SHARP CORPORATION SHARP BP-30C25 fax option model with BP-FR10U
0110Uc00
2020-12 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0692 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C750i/AccurioPrint C750i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 750i with FK-514
G00-33
2020-11 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C750i/AccurioPrint C750i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 750i with FK-514
G00-33 C0691 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C450i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 450i with FK-514
GG1-7B
2020-11 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C450i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 450i with FK-514
GG1-7B

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C450i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 450i with FK-514,
Sindoh D730/CM4093/CM4095 with FK-514
GG1-7B
2021-02
(Assurance Continuity)
C0690 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C650i/bizhub C550i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 650i/ineo+ 550i with FK-514
GG1-2B
2020-11 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C650i/bizhub C550i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 650i/ineo+ 550i with FK-514
GG1-2B

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C650i/bizhub C550i with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 650i/ineo+ 550i with FK-514,
Sindoh D732/D731/CM6013/CM5103/CM6015/CM5105 with FK-514
GG1-2B
2021-02
(Assurance Continuity)
C0689 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
5570/4570/3570/5570 G/4570 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and without Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2020-11 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort
5570/4570/3570/5570 G/4570 G models
with Copy, Print, Fax, Scan and without Overwrite Storage
Controller ROM Ver. 1.5.3, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0688 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM C300/C400/C400SR,
SAVIN IM C300/C400/C400SR,
LANIER IM C300/C400/C400SR,
nashuatec IM C300/C400/C400SR,
Rex Rotary IM C300/C400/C400SR,
Gestetner IM C300/C400/C400SR
E-1.00
2020-10 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0687 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2020-10 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IM C300
J-1.00
C0686 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C57900KG/C5700 Series 2600 model
1.0
2020-10 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C57900KG/C5700 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0685 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
47900KG/4700 Series 2600 model
1.0
2020-10 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
47900KG/4700 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0684 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO330AC/400AC Models with FAX unit and FIPS Hard Disk
SYS V1.0
2020-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0683 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C37900KG/C3700 Series 2600 model
1.0
2020-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX
C37900KG/C3700 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0682 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox ApeosPort-VII
C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C3372/C2273
DocuCentre-VII
C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C3372/C2273 models
with Overwrite Hard Disk, Copy, Print, Fax and Scan
Controller ROM Ver. 1.3.8, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2020-09 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox ApeosPort-VII
C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C3372/C2273
DocuCentre-VII
C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C3372/C2273 models
with Overwrite Hard Disk, Copy, Print, Fax and Scan
Controller ROM Ver. 1.3.8, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0681 Canon Inc. Canon imagePRESS C165 /
imagePRESS Lite C165 2600 model
1.0
2020-08 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imagePRESS C165 /
imagePRESS Lite C165 2600 model
1.0

C0679 SHARP CORPORATION SHARP MX-B476W / B456W / B376W / B356W with MX-FR63U
0210md00
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0678 SHARP CORPORATION SHARP MX-M6071 / M5071 / M4071 / M3571 / M3071 fax option model with MX-FR64U; MX-M6051 / M5051 / M4051 / M3551 / M3051 / M2651 HDD standard model with MX-FR64U and MX-PK13; and MX-M6051 / M5051 / M4051 / M3551 / M3051 / M2651 HDD option model with MX-FR64U, MX-HD16 and MX-PK13
0210zd00
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0677 SHARP CORPORATION SHARP MX-M6071 / M5071 / M4071 / M3531 fax standard model with MX-FR64U and MX-PK13; MX-M6071 / M5071 / M4071 / M3571 / M3071 fax option model with MX-FR64U and MX-FX15; MX-M6051 / M5051 / M4051 / M3551 / M3051 / M2651 HDD standard model with MX-FR64U, MX-PK13 and MX-FX15; and MX-M6051 / M5051 / M4051 / M3551 / M3051 / M2651 HDD option model with MX-FR64U, MX-HD16, MX-PK13 and MX-FX15
0210zd00
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

SHARP MX-M6071 / M5071 / M4071 / M3531 fax standard model with MX-FR64U and MX-PK13; MX-M6071 / M5071 / M4071 / M3571 / M3071 fax option model with MX-FR64U and MX-FX15; MX-M6051 / M5051 / M4051 / M3551 / M3051 / M2651 HDD standard model with MX-FR64U, MX-PK13 and MX-FX15; and MX-M6051 / M5051 / M4051 / M3551 / M3051 / M2651 HDD option model with MX-FR64U, MX-HD16, MX-PK13 and MX-FX15
0210zd00

C0676 Xerox Corporation Xerox PrimeLink C9065/C9070 Printer + FAX
Controller ROM Ver. 1.1.3, FAX ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0675 Xerox Corporation Xerox PrimeLink B9110/B9125/B9136 Copier/Printer
Controller+PS ROM Ver. 1.1.4
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0674 Xerox Corporation Xerox PrimeLink B9100 Copier/Printer + FAX
Controller+PS ROM Ver. 1.1.4, FAX ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2020-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0673 Microsoft Corporation Microsoft SQL Server 2017 on Linux Database Engine Enterprise Edition x64 (English)
14.0.3223.3
2020-06 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP(DBMS Working Group Technical Community, Protection Profile for Database Management Systems (DBMS PP) Base Package, Version 2.12, March 23rd, 2017 and DBMS Working Group Technical Community, DBMS PP Extended Package - Access History (DBMS PP_EP_AH), Version 1.02, March 23rd, 2017 (Certification Identification: BSI-CC-PP-0088-V2-2017)) logo

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C0672 Microsoft Corporation Microsoft SQL Server 2017 Database Engine Enterprise Edition x64 (English)
14.0.3223.3
2020-04 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP(DBMS Working Group Technical Community, Protection Profile for Database Management Systems (DBMS PP) Base Package, Version 2.12, March 23rd, 2017 and DBMS Working Group Technical Community, DBMS PP Extended Package - Access History (DBMS PP_EP_AH), Version 1.02, March 23rd, 2017 (Certification Identification: BSI-CC-PP-0088-V2-2017)) logo

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C0671 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM C2509J/C3509J
E-1.01
2020-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0670 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C4050i/bizhub C3350i with FK-517,
DEVELOP ineo+ 4050i/ineo+ 3350i with FK-517
G00-45
2020-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C4050i/bizhub C3350i with FK-517,
DEVELOP ineo+ 4050i/ineo+ 3350i with FK-517
G00-45 C0669 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C360i/bizhub C300i/bizhub C250i/bizhub C036DNi/bizhub C030DNi/bizhub C025DNi with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 360i/ineo+ 300i/ineo+ 250i with FK-514
G00-45
2020-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C360i/bizhub C300i/bizhub C250i/bizhub C036DNi/bizhub C030DNi/bizhub C025DNi with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 360i/ineo+ 300i/ineo+ 250i with FK-514
G00-45

KONICA MINOLTA bizhub C360i/bizhub C300i/bizhub C250i/bizhub C036DNi/bizhub C030DNi/bizhub C025DNi with FK-514,
DEVELOP ineo+ 360i/ineo+ 300i/ineo+ 250i with FK-514
Sindoh D452/D451/D450/CM3093/CM3035/CM2075 with FK-514
G00-45
2020-08
(Assurance Continuity)
C0668 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM 550/550G/600/600SR/600SRG,
SAVIN IM 550/550G/600/600SR/600SRG,
LANIER IM 550/550G/600/600SR/600SRG,
nashuatec IM 550/600/600SR,
Rex Rotary IM 550/600/600SR,
Gestetner IM 550/600/600SR
E-1.01
2020-02 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0667 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7788/C6688/C5588
DocuCentre-VII C7788/C6688/C5588 models
with Data Security and Fax
Controller ROM Ver. 1.3.2, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2020-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7788/C6688/C5588
DocuCentre-VII C7788/C6688/C5588 models
with Data Security and Fax
Controller ROM Ver. 1.3.2, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

C0666 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH Pro 8300S/8310S/8320S,
SAVIN Pro 8300S/8310S/8320S,
LANIER Pro 8300S/8310S/8320S,
nashuatec Pro 8300S/8310S/8320S,
Rex Rotary Pro 8300S/8310S/8320S,
Gestetner Pro 8300S/8310S/8320S
E-1.01
2020-02 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0665 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2020-02 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH Pro 8320S/8310S/8300S
J-1.01
C0664 RISO KAGAKU CORPORATION [Japanese]
ORPHIS GD9630 / ORPHIS GD9630C / ORPHIS GD9631 / ORPHIS GD7330 / ORPHIS GD7330C
with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for GD
[English]
ComColor GD9630 / ComColor GD9630R / ComColor GD9631 / ComColor GD9631R / ComColor GD7330 / ComColor GD7330R
with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package G10
SOAPALL 1.1.026
2020-01 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

[Japanese]
ORPHIS GD9630 / ORPHIS GD9630C / ORPHIS GD9631 / ORPHIS GD7330 / ORPHIS GD7330C
with OR Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package for GD
[English]
ComColor GD9630 / ComColor GD9630R / ComColor GD9631 / ComColor GD9631R / ComColor GD7330 / ComColor GD7330R
with Scanner HS7000 and RISO Security Package G10
SOAPALL 1.1.026

C0663 NORMEE Limited.

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2020-01 PP(Protection Profile for Biometric Verification Product Version 1.2) logo Palm Vein Authentication Software Windows Version
Ver2.00.s10
Palm Vein Authentication Software Windows Version
Ver2.00.s11
2020-12
(Assurance Continuity)
C0662 NORMEE Limited.

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2020-01 PP(Protection Profile for Biometric Verification Product Version 1.2) logo Palm Vein Authentication Software iOS Version
Ver2.00.b10
C0661 NORMEE Limited.

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2020-01 PP(Protection Profile for Biometric Verification Product Version 1.2) logo Palm Vein Authentication Software Android Version
Ver2.00.m10
C0659 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp. Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C2273
DocuCentre-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C2273
models with Scan and Fax as standard features and Data Security as an optional feature
Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C3372/C2273
DocuCentre-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473
models with Scan and Data Security as standard features and Fax as an optional feature
Controller ROM Ver. 1.1.14, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2019-12 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C2273
DocuCentre-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C2273
models with Scan and Fax as standard features and Data Security as an optional feature
Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C3372/C2273
DocuCentre-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473
models with Scan and Data Security as standard features and Fax as an optional feature
Controller ROM Ver. 1.1.14, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1

Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C2273
DocuCentre-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C2273
models with Scan and Fax as standard features and Data Security as an optional feature
Fuji Xerox
ApeosPort-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473/C3373/C3372/C2273
DocuCentre-VII C7773/C6673/C5573/C4473
models with Scan and Data Security as standard features and Fax as an optional feature
Fuji Xerox
DocuCentre-VII C3373/C2273
models without Scan and Fax as standard features and with Data Security, Scan and Fax as optional features
Fuji Xerox
DocuCentre-VII C3373/C3372/C2273 models with Data Security as standard features and Scan and Fax as optional features
Controller ROM Ver. 1.1.14, Fax ROM Ver. 2.2.1
2019-12
(Assurance Continuity)
C0658 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
715 III/615 III/525 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-12 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
715 III/615 III/525 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0657 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C475 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-12 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C475 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0656 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C356 III/C256 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-12 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C356 III/C256 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0655 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
8500 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
8500 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0654 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C7500 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C7500 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0653 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C55900KG (III)/ C5500 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C55900KG (III)/ C5500 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0652 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C35900KG (III)/C3500 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C35900KG (III)/C3500 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0651 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
6500 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
6500 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0650 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
45900KG (III)/4500 III Series 2600 model
1.0
2019-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
45900KG (III)/4500 III Series 2600 model
1.0

C0647 SHARP CORPORATION MX-2631 / 3631 with MX-FR62U and MX-PK13; MX-4151 / 5151 / 6151 / 2661 / 3161 / 3661 / 4171 / 5171 / 6171 with MX-FR62U; MX-2651 / 3051 / 3551 / 4051 / 5051 / 6051 with MX-FR62U, MX-PK13 and MX-FX15; and MX-3061 / 3561 / 4061 / 3071 / 3571 / 4071 / 5071 / 6071 with MX-FR62U and MX-FX15
0310Zd00
2019-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0646 SHARP CORPORATION MX-2651 / 3051 / 3551 / 4051 / 5051 / 6051 with MX-FR62U and MX-PK13; and MX-3061 / 3561 / 4061 / 3071 / 3571 / 4071 / 5071 / 6071 with MX-FR62U
0310Zd00
2019-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0645 SHARP CORPORATION MX-C303W / C304W / C305W / C306W with MX-FR61U
0210Md00
2019-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0644 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2019-07 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IP 500, IM 430
J-1.01
C0643 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM 350F/430F/430Fb,
SAVIN IM 350F/430F/430Fb,
LANIER IM 350F/430F/430Fb,
nashuatec IM 350F/430F,
Rex Rotary IM 350F/430F,
Gestetner IM 350F/430F
E-1.00
2019-07 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0642 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM 350, nashuatec IM 350, Rex Rotary IM 350, Gestetner IM 350
E-1.00
2019-06 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0641 KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. ECOSYS M3660idn, ECOSYS M3655idn, ECOSYS M3645idn, ECOSYS M3660idnG, ECOSYS M3655idnG, ECOSYS M3645idnG(KYOCERA), P-6036i MFP, P-5536i MFP, P-4536i MFP(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Data Security Kit and SSD
System: 2TA_S0IS.C01.010
2019-06 EAL2 logo

ECOSYS M3660idn, ECOSYS M3655idn, ECOSYS M3645idn, ECOSYS M3660idnG, ECOSYS M3655idnG, ECOSYS M3645idnG(KYOCERA), P-6036i MFP, P-5536i MFP, P-4536i MFP(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Data Security Kit and SSD
System: 2TA_S0IS.C01.010

C0640 KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. ECOSYS M6635cidn, ECOSYS M6630cidn, ECOSYS M6635cidnG, ECOSYS M6630cidnG, TASKalfa 351ci(KYOCERA), P-C3566i MFP, P-C3066i MFP, 356ci(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Data Security Kit and SSD
System: 2V1_S0IS.C01.010
2019-06 EAL2 logo

ECOSYS M6635cidn, ECOSYS M6630cidn, ECOSYS M6635cidnG, ECOSYS M6630cidnG, TASKalfa 351ci(KYOCERA), P-C3566i MFP, P-C3066i MFP, 356ci(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Data Security Kit and SSD
System: 2V1_S0IS.C01.010

C0639 KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. TASKalfa 9002i, TASKalfa 9002iG(KYOCERA), CS 9002i(Copystar) all of the above with Data Security Kit and FAX System
System: 2NJ_20IS.C04.010
Panel: 2ND_70IS.C04.010
FAX: 3R2_5100.003.012
2019-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0638 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM C2000/C2000G/C2500/
C2500G/C3000/C3000G/C3500/C3500G,
SAVIN IM C2000/
C2000G/C2500/C2500G/C3000/C3000G/C3500/C3500G,
LANIER IM C2000/C2000G/C2500/
C2500G/C3000/C3000G/C3500/C3500G,
nashuatec IM C2000/C2500/C3000/C3500,
Rex Rotary IM C2000/C2500/C3000/C3500,
Gestetner IM C2000/C2500/C3000/C3500
E-1.01
2019-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0637 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2019-04 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IM C3500/C3000/C2500/C2000
J-1.01
C0636 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. RICOH IM C4500/C4500G/C5500/C6000/C6000G, SAVIN IM C4500/C4500G/C6000/C6000G,LANIER IM C4500/C4500G/C6000/C6000G,nashuatec IM C4500/C5500/C6000,Rex Rotary IM C4500/C5500/C6000, Gestetner IM C4500/C5500/C6000
E-1.01
2019-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0635 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2019-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo RICOH IM C6000/C5500/C4500
J-1.01
C0634 FUJIFILM Business Innovation Corp.

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2019-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo Fuji Xerox DocuCentre-VI C2264 model with Hard Disk, Data Security, Scan, and Fax
Controller ROM Ver. 1.1.3,FAX ROM Ver. 2.2.0
C0633 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2515AC/3015AC/3515AC/4515AC/5015AC all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0
2019-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2515AC/3015AC/3515AC/4515AC/5015AC all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0

C0632 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO5516AC/6516AC/7516AC all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0
2019-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

TOSHIBA e-STUDIO5516AC/6516AC/7516AC all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0

C0631 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2018A/2518A/3018A/3518A/4518A/5018A all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0
2019-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2018A/2518A/3018A/3518A/4518A/5018A all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0

C0630 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO5518A/6518A/7518A/8518A all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0
2019-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

TOSHIBA e-STUDIO5518A/6518A/7518A/8518A all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0

C0629 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2010AC/2510AC all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0
2019-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

TOSHIBA e-STUDIO2010AC/2510AC all of the above with FAX Unit(GD-1370J/GD-1370NA/GD-1370EU) and FIPS Hard Disk Kit(GE-1230)
SYS V1.0

C0628 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress C3080P
G00-25
2019-03 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress C3080P
G00-25 C0627 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress C3080 / C3070
G00-25
2019-02 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress C3080 / C3070
G00-25 C0626 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress 6136P
G00-20
2019-01 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress 6136P
G00-20 C0625 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress 6136/6120
G00-20
2019-01 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress 6136/6120
G00-20 C0624 SHARP CORPORATION MX-M7570 / M6570 fax option model with MX-FR60U
0130td00
2018-12 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0623 SHARP CORPORATION MX-M7570 / M6570 fax standard model with MX-FR60U; and MX-M7570 / M6570 fax option model with MX-FR60U and MX-FX15
0130td00
2018-12 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo MX-M7570 / M6570 fax standard model with MX-FR60U; and MX-M7570 / M6570 fax option model with MX-FR60U and MX-FX15
0130td00 C0621 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress C6100 / C6235 with PF-711
G00-31
2018-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress C6100 / C6085 with PF-711
G00-31 C0620 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP C501 (Ricoh/Savin/Lanier/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/Gestetner)
E-1.00
2018-10 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo MP C501 (Ricoh/Savin/Lanier/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/Gestetner) C0619 Xerox Corporation Xerox D136 Copier/Printer
Controller+PS ROM Ver. 1.200.15
2018-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0618 Xerox Corporation Xerox D95/D110/D125 Copier/Printer
Controller+PS ROM Ver. 1.204.17
2018-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0617 KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. TASKalfa 3212i, TASKalfa 3212iG(KYOCERA), 3262i(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Data Security Kit and FAX System
System: 2V6_20IS.C01.010
Panel: 2V6_70IS.C01.010
FAX: 3R2_5100.003.012
2018-09 EAL2 logo

TASKalfa 3212i, TASKalfa 3212iG(KYOCERA), 3262i(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Data Security Kit and FAX System
System: 2V6_20IS.C01.010
Panel: 2V6_70IS.C01.010
FAX: 3R2_5100.003.012

C0616 KYOCERA Document Solutions Inc. TASKalfa 4012i, TASKalfa 3212i, TASKalfa 4012iG, TASKalfa 3212iG(KYOCERA), CS 4012i, CS 3212i(Copystar), 4062i, 3262i(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Hard Disk, Data Security Kit and FAX System
System: 2V6_20IS.C01.010
Panel: 2V6_70IS.C01.010
FAX: 3R2_5100.003.012
2018-09 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

TASKalfa 4012i, TASKalfa 3212i, TASKalfa 4012iG, TASKalfa 3212iG(KYOCERA), CS 4012i, CS 3212i(Copystar), 4062i, 3262i(TA Triumph-Adler/UTAX) all of the above with Hard Disk, Data Security Kit and FAX System
System: 2V6_20IS.C01.010
Panel: 2V6_70IS.C01.010
FAX: 3R2_5100.003.012

C0615 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress C2060
G00-21
2018-09 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress C2060
G00-21 C0614 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress C2070P
G00-21
2018-09 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress C2070P
G00-21 C0613 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. AccurioPress C2070
G00-21
2018-09 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo AccurioPress C2070
G00-21 C0611 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink C505
Color Multifunction Printer Diskless model
Controller ROM Ver. 1.12.32
2018-08 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
logo

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C0610 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink B605/B615
Multifunction Printer models with Fax
Controller ROM Ver. 1.13.32
2018-08 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0609 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink C505/C605
Color Multifunction Printer models
with Hard Disk, Fax
Controller ROM Ver. 1.12.32
2018-08 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0608 SHARP CORPORATION MX-M6050 / M5050 / M4050 / M3550 /
M3050 / M2630 HDD standard model
with MX-FR56U; and MX-M6050 / M5050 /
M4050 / M3550 / M3050 / M2630
HDD option model with MX-FR56U and
MX-HD16
0220zc00
2018-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0607 SHARP CORPORATION MX-M6050 / M5050 / M4050 / M3550 /
M3050 / M2630 HDD standard model
with MX-FR56U and MX-FX15; and
MX-M6050 / M5050 / M4050 / M3550 /
M3050 / M2630 HDD option model
with MX-FR56U, MX-HD16 and MX-FX15
0220zc00
2018-07 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0606 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. bizhub 4752/bizhub 4052/ineo 4752/
ineo 4052
G00-11
2018-07 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo bizhub 4752/bizhub 4052/ineo 4752/
ineo 4052
G00-11 C0605 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. bizhub 658e/bizhub 558e/bizhub 458e/
ineo 658e/ineo 558e/ineo 458e
G00-09
2018-06 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo bizhub 658e/bizhub 558e/bizhub 458e/
ineo 658e/ineo 558e/ineo 458e
G00-09 C0604 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. bizhub C759 / AccurioPrint C759 /
bizhub C659 / ineo+ 759 / ineo+ 659
G00-09
2018-06 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo bizhub C759 / AccurioPrint C759 /
bizhub C659 / ineo+ 759 / ineo+ 659
G00-09 C0603 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. bizhub 368e/bizhub 308e/ineo 368e
/ineo 308e
G00-09
2018-06 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo bizhub 368e/bizhub 308e/ineo 368e/
ineo 308e
G00-09 C0602 SEIKO EPSON CORPORATION LX-10000F/LX-7000F/WF-C20590/
WF-C17590
2.00
2018-06 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo LX-10000F/LX-7000F/WF-C20590/
WF-C17590
2.00 C0601 KONICA MINOLTA,INC.

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2018-06 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo bizhub PRO 1100
G00-30
C0600 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink C7020/C7025/C7030
Color Multifunction Printer Diskless models
Controller ROM Ver. 1.11.33,
FAX ROM Ver. 2.0.8
2018-05 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2 logo

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C0599 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink C7020/C7025/C7030
Color Multifunction Printer models
with Hard Disk, Fax
Controller ROM Ver. 1.11.33,
FAX ROM Ver. 2.0.8
2018-05 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0598 SHARP CORPORATION MX-B455W / B355W with MX-FR59U
0210mc00
2018-05 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo MX-B455W / B355W with MX-FR59U
0210mc00 C0597 SHARP CORPORATION MX-M6070 / M5070 / M4070 / M3570 /
M3070 fax option model with MX-FR57U
0210zc00
2018-05 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo

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C0596 SHARP CORPORATION MX-M6070 / M5070 / M4070 fax standard
model with MX-FR57U and MX-PK13; and
MX-M6070 / M5070 / M4070 / M3570 /
M3070 fax option model with MX-FR57U
and MX-FX15
0210zc00
2018-05 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo MX-M6070 / M5070 / M4070 fax standard
model with MX-FR57U and MX-PK13; and
MX-M6070 / M5070 / M4070 / M3570 /
M3070 fax option model with MX-FR57U
and MX-FX15
0210zc00 C0595 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink B405 Multifunction Printer
Diskless model
Controller ROM Ver.1.0.31
2018-04 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
logo

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C0594 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink C405
Color Multifunction Printer Diskless model
Controller ROM Ver.1.0.31
2018-04 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
logo

-----

C0593 Dell Inc. Dell Color MFP S3845cdn
Controller ROM Ver. 1.0.31
2018-03 EAL2 logo

-----

C0592 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink B7025/B7030/B7035
Multifunction Printer Diskless models
Controller ROM Ver. 1.10.33,
FAX ROM Ver. 2.0.8
2018-03 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
logo

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C0591 Sindoh Co., Ltd. Sindoh CM 2073/CM 3033/CM 3081
1.00
2018-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0590 Xerox Corporation Xerox VersaLink B7025/B7030/B7035
Multifunction Printer models with
Hard Disk, Fax
Controller ROM Ver. 1.10.33,
FAX ROM Ver. 2.0.8
2018-03 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0589 NORMEE Limited.

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2018-03 PP(Protection Profile for Biometric Verification Product Version 1.2) logo Palm Vein Authentication Software Android OS Version
Ver1.00.m01
C0588 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP C307G/C407G (Ricoh/Savin/Lanier)
E-2.00
2018-02 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

-----

C0587 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP C4504ex/C4504exG/C6004ex/C6004exG (Ricoh/Savin/Lanier)
E-3.00
2018-01 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

-----

C0586 Canon Inc. Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C356/C256 Series 2600 model
1.0
2018-01 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE
C356/C256 Series 2600 model
1.0

C0585 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP C2004ex/C2004exG/C2504ex/C2504exG/ C3004ex/C3004exG/C3504ex/C3504exG
(Ricoh/Savin/Lanier)
E-3.00
2017-12 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0584 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP 501/601(Ricoh/Savin/Lanier/nashuatec/
Rex-Rotary/Gestetner/infotec),
MP 501G/601G(Ricoh/Savin/Lanier)
E-1.01
2017-12 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0583 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP 2555G/3055G/3555G/4055G/5055G/
6055G (Ricoh/Savin/Lanier)
E-2.00
2017-12 PP(U.S. Government Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices Version 1.0 (IEEE Std. 2600.2™-2009) logo

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C0582 SHARP CORPORATION MX-6170FN / 6170FV / 5170FN / 5170FV /
4170FN / 4170FV with MX-FR52U; and
MX-6070N / 6070V / 5070N / 5070V /
4070N / 4070V / 3570N / 3570V / 3070N /
3070V / 4060N / 4060V / 3560N / 3560V /
3060N / 3060V with MX-FR52U and MX-FX15
0700Zc00
2017-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo MX-6170FN / 6170FV / 5170FN / 5170FV /
4170FN / 4170FV with MX-FR52U; and
MX-6070N / 6070V / 5070N / 5070V /
4070N / 4070V / 3570N / 3570V / 3070N /
3070V / 4060N / 4060V / 3560N / 3560V /
3060N / 3060V with MX-FR52U and MX-FX15
0700Zc00 C0581 SHARP CORPORATION MX-6070N / 6070V / 5070N / 5070V /
4070N / 4070V / 3570N / 3570V / 3070N /
3070V / 4060N / 4060V / 3560N /
3560V / 3060N / 3060V with MX-FR52U
0700Zc00
2017-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo MX-6070N / 6070V / 5070N / 5070V /
4070N / 4070V / 3570N / 3570V / 3070N /
3070V / 4060N / 4060V / 3560N /
3560V / 3060N / 3060V with MX-FR52U
0700Zc00 C0580 SHARP CORPORATION MX-6150FN / 6150FV / 5150FN / 5150FV /
4150FN / 4150FV / 3650FN / 3650FV /
3150FN / 3150FV / 2650FN / 2650FV
with MX-FR51U; MX-3630FN / 2630FN with
MX-FR51U and MX-PK13; and MX-6050N /
6050V / 5050N / 5050V / 4050N / 4050V /
3550N / 3550V / 3050N / 3050V / 2630N
with MX-FR51U, MX-FX15 and MX-PK13
0700Kc00
2017-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo MX-6150FN / 6150FV / 5150FN / 5150FV /
4150FN / 4150FV / 3650FN / 3650FV /
3150FN / 3150FV / 2650FN / 2650FV
with MX-FR51U; MX-3630FN / 2630FN with
MX-FR51U and MX-PK13; and MX-6050N /
6050V / 5050N / 5050V / 4050N / 4050V /
3550N / 3550V / 3050N / 3050V / 2630N
with MX-FR51U, MX-FX15 and MX-PK13
0700Kc00 C0579 SHARP CORPORATION MX-6050N / 6050V / 5050N / 5050V /
4050N / 4050V / 3550N / 3550V / 3050N /
3050V / 2630N with MX-FR51U and MX-PK13
0700Kc00
2017-10 PP(Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices 1.0 dated September 10, 2015) logo MX-6050N / 6050V / 5050N / 5050V /
4050N / 4050V / 3550N / 3550V / 3050N /
3050V / 2630N with MX-FR51U and MX-PK13
0700Kc00 C0578 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. Pro C5200/C5210(RICOH/Savin/Lanier)
E-1.01
2017-10 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP logo

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C0577 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

-----

2017-10 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP logo RICOH Pro C5210/C5200
J-1.01
C0576 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP C307/C407 (Ricoh/Savin/Lanier/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/Gestetner/infotec)
E-1.00
2017-10 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP logo

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C0575 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

-----

2017-10 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP logo RICOH MP C307
J-1.00
C0574 KONICA MINOLTA,INC. bizhub C3851/bizhub C3351/bizhub C3851FS/ineo+ 3851/ineo+ 3351/
ineo+ 3851FS
G00-11
2017-10 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP logo bizhub C3851/bizhub C3351/bizhub C3851FS/ineo+ 3851/ineo+ 3351/
ineo+ 3851FS
G00-11 C0573 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP C4504/C6004 (Ricoh/Savin/Lanier/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/Gestetner/infotec),
MP C5504 (Ricoh/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/Gestetner/infotec)
E-2.03
2017-09 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP logo

-----

MP C4504ex/C6004ex(Ricoh/Savin/Lanier/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/Gestetner/infotec),
MP C5504ex (Ricoh/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/Gestetner/infotec)
E-2.03
2018-01
(Assurance Continuity)
C0572 RICOH COMPANY, LTD.

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2017-09 EAL2+
ALC_FLR.2
PP logo RICOH MP C6004/C5504/C4504
J-2.03
C0571 RICOH COMPANY, LTD. MP C2004SP/C2504SP/C3004SP/C3504SP
(Ricoh/Savin/Lanier/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/
Gestetner/infotec),
MP C2004ASP/C2504ASP/C3004ASP/
C3504ASP(Ricoh/nashuatec/Rex-Rotary/
Gestetner/infotec),
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Killexams : Millennial Money: 4 money moves to make before baby arrives

The arrival of a new baby is all-consuming. In the early weeks, your waking hours are a cycle of feedings, diaper changes and Googling “Is it normal for a baby to (fill in the blank).”

Mustering the energy — and attention span — for otherwise routine tasks like showering and paying bills can feel like a tall order. You’ll be lucky to remember what day it is, much less when your next credit card payment is due.

Do your future, sleep-deprived self a favor and start prepping your finances early into your pregnancy so things can run on autopilot for a while after the baby arrives.

If you don’t already have a budget, start there, says Cecilia Williams, a mother, certified financial planner and the chief operating officer of Halbert Hargrove, a financial planning firm.

“Outline all your current income and expenses so you and your partner have a solid understanding of where your money goes each month,” Hargrove says. “This will absolutely need to be adjusted as you get closer to your due date, so having a starting point is priority No. 1.”

Then build a plan for managing the other costs, large and small, that come with having a baby.

RESEARCH THE COST TO DELIVER YOUR CHILD

The price tag for childbirth is steep. The average cost for delivery can range from $10,000 to $20,000, depending on where you live. Even with insurance, new parents can expect to pay several thousand dollars out of pocket for maternity care.

Contact your insurer or the hospital where you plan to deliver to get more specific numbers. Then take a deep dive into your health care coverage to understand your coinsurance, deductible, maximums and coverage limits.

Anthem, United Healthcare and other major insurers have tools you can use to get estimates of total and out-of-pocket costs, based on your plan. Use these figures to set a realistic savings goal to cover them.

Have access to a flexible spending account? If timing allows, set your contributions to save incrementally, tax-free for your hospital bills. When hospital bills start rolling in, you can pay directly from your FSA or use a rewards credit card and submit for reimbursement.

PLAN AHEAD FOR PARENTAL LEAVE

Paid parental leave is far from guaranteed. In fact, only 11 states and Washington, D.C., have paid leave laws, some of which won’t take effect for several years. And only 25% of employers offer some form of paid leave, according to a 2019 survey of employer health benefits by KFF, the nonpartisan health care think tank formerly known as the Kaiser Family Foundation.

If you have paid leave through your employer, ask questions early. Find out how many weeks are covered and at what percentage of your salary. Do you need to use vacation and sick time first?

You also want to know when and how your benefits will be paid out, especially if they’ll come from multiple sources. Trust me, you don’t want to be one week postpartum emailing your benefits provider to unravel the logistics of your leave payments.

If you don’t have access to paid leave, or you’re planning to take additional unpaid time, practice living on the reduced income to the extent possible. This will help you identify optional expenses to reduce or eliminate and help you build a savings cushion before your baby’s arrival.

START ‘PAYING’ FOR CHILD CARE

Child care is the single largest monthly expense for most new parents. Get a jump start by “paying” for day care well before your baby arrives.

Put the money into a separate savings account — ideally one that earns interest — every week or month. This helps you adjust to the new expense and allows you to bank a few months of child care costs that you can tap for upfront costs like deposits and application fees.

Not sure what child care costs in your area? Ask around your friend group or local parent group to get a sense of what day care, a nanny or other arrangements cost.

You can also build other baby essentials, like diapers, formula and wipes, into your budget now, making an educated guess. It doesn’t need to be perfect; you can adjust down the road.

AUTOMATE BILLS AND CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS

Set any recurring bills to autopay, ideally from one account or credit card. If you can, go one step further and set that card to autopay, too.

Carly Campbell , a blogger and stay-at-home mother of two, says this was one of the best things her family did before welcoming their first child.

“All the various bills were taken care of without our active attention,” she says. “We only had to check the bank account once per month to make sure there was enough for the lump-sum payment.”

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This column was provided to The Associated Press by the personal finance website NerdWallet. Kelsey Sheehy is a writer at NerdWallet. Email: ksheehy@nerdwallet.com. Twitter: @kelseylsheehy.

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Killexams : Will The Real UNIX Please Stand Up?
Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie at a PDP-11. Peter Hamer [CC BY-SA 2.0]
Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie at a PDP-11. Peter Hamer [CC BY-SA 2.0]
Last week the computing world celebrated an important anniversary: the UNIX operating system turned 50 years old. What was originally developed in 1969 as a lighter weight timesharing system for a DEC minicomputer at Bell Labs has exerted a huge influence over every place that we encounter computing, from our personal and embedded devices to the unseen servers in the cloud. But in a story that has seen countless twists and turns over those five decades just what is UNIX these days?

The official answer to that question is simple. UNIX® is any operating system descended from that original Bell Labs software developed by Thompson, Ritchie et al in 1969 and bearing a licence from Bell Labs or its successor organisations in ownership of the UNIX® name. Thus, for example, HP-UX as shipped on Hewlett Packard’s enterprise machinery is one of several commercially available UNIXes, while the Ubuntu Linux distribution on which this is being written is not.

When You Could Write Off In The Mail For UNIX On A Tape

The real answer is considerably less clear, and depends upon how much you view UNIX as an ecosystem and how much instead depends upon heritage or specification compliance, and even the user experience. Names such as GNU, Linux, BSD, and MINIX enter the fray, and you could be forgiven for asking: would the real UNIX please stand up?

You too could have sent off for a copy of 1970s UNIX, if you'd had a DEC to run it on. Hannes Grobe 23:27 [CC BY-SA 2.5]
You too could have sent off for a copy of 1970s UNIX, if you’d had a DEC to run it on. Hannes Grobe 23:27 [CC BY-SA 2.5]
In the beginning, it was a relatively contiguous story. The Bell Labs team produced UNIX, and it was used internally by them and eventually released as source to interested organisations such as universities who ran it for themselves. A legal ruling from the 1950s precluded AT&T and its subsidiaries such as Bell Labs from selling software, so this was without charge. Those universities would take their UNIX version 4 or 5 tapes and install it on their DEC minicomputer, and in the manner of programmers everywhere would write their own extensions and improvements to fit their needs. The University of California did this to such an extent that by the late 1970s they had released it as their own distribution, the so-called Berkeley Software Distribution, or BSD. It still contained some of the original UNIX code so was still technically a UNIX, but was a significant departure from that codebase.

UNIX had by then become a significant business proposition for AT&T, owners of Bell Labs, and by extension a piece of commercial software that attracted hefty licence fees once Bell Labs was freed from its court-imposed obligations. This in turn led to developers seeking to break away from their monopoly, among them Richard Stallman whose GNU project started in 1983 had the aim of producing an entirely open-source UNIX-compatible operating system. Its name is a recursive acronym, “Gnu’s Not UNIX“, which states categorically its position with respect to the Bell Labs original, but provides many software components which, while they might not be UNIX as such, are certainly a lot like it. By the end of the 1980s it had been joined in the open-source camp by BSD Net/1 and its descendants newly freed from legacy UNIX code.

“It Won’t Be Big And Professional Like GNU”

In the closing years of the 1980s Andrew S. Tanenbaum, an academic at a Dutch university, wrote a book: “Operating Systems: Design and Implementation“. It contained as its teaching example a UNIX-like operating system called MINIX, which was widely adopted in universities and by enthusiasts as an accessible alternative to UNIX that would run on inexpensive desktop microcomputers such as i386 PCs or 68000-based Commodore Amigas and Atari STs. Among those enthusiasts in 1991 was a University of Helsinki student, Linus Torvalds, who having become dissatisfied with MINIX’s kernel set about writing his own. The result which was eventually released as Linux soon outgrew its MINIX roots and was combined with components of the GNU project instead of GNU’s own HURD kernel to produce the GNU/Linux operating system that many of us use today.

It won't be big and professional like GNU" Linus Torvalds' first announcement of what would become the Linux kernel.
Linus Torvalds’ first announcement of what would become the Linux kernel.

So, here we are in 2019, and despite a few lesser known operating systems and some bumps in the road such as Caldera Systems’ attempted legal attack on Linux in 2003, we have three broad groupings in the mainstream UNIX-like arena. There is “real” closed-source UNIX® such as IBM AIX, Solaris, or HP-UX, there is “Has roots in UNIX” such as the BSD family including MacOS, and there is “Definitely not UNIX but really similar to it” such as the GNU/Linux family of distributions. In terms of what they are capable of, there is less distinction between them than vendors would have you believe unless you are fond of splitting operating-system hairs. Indeed even users of the closed-source variants will frequently find themselves running open-source code from GNU and other origins.

At 50 years old then, the broader UNIX-like ecosystem which we’ll take to include the likes of GNU/Linux and BSD is in great shape. At our level it’s not worth worrying too much about which is the “real” UNIX, because all of these projects have benefitted greatly from the five decades of collective development. But it does raise an interesting question: what about the next five decades? Can a solution for timesharing on a 1960s minicomputer continue to adapt for the hardware and demands of mid-21st-century computing? Our guess is that it will, not in that your UNIX clone in twenty years will be identical to the one you have now, but the things that have kept it relevant for 50 years will continue to do so for the forseeable future. We are using UNIX and its clones at 50 because they have proved versatile enough to evolve to fit the needs of each successive generation, and it’s not unreasonable to expect this to continue. We look forward to seeing the directions it takes.

As always, the comments are open.

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Killexams : Free Student Laptop Programs And Technology Discounts For College

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As work and school have pivoted to remote environments in the last couple years, computer sales have soared to record highs. Laptops and mobile technology have become even more necessary in today’s households, offices and classrooms.

But for college students, new laptops often come at steep, unaffordable prices. Fortunately, there are ways to get a free laptop for college. Through scholarship opportunities, charitable donation programs and college student discount deals from top brands, tech is becoming more accessible to students.

What Is a Free Laptop Program?

Free laptop programs provide computers at no cost to students. Funded by colleges, educational nonprofits and scholarships from leading tech brands, these programs empower students with reliable tech to ensure academic and professional success.

Keep in mind: Most free laptop programs have specific eligibility requirements, including enrollment in an accredited four-year degree program.

Do Colleges supply Students Free Laptops?

Yes. Many colleges distribute free laptops at no cost to their students. The following are just a few examples of universities in the U.S. that guarantee free technology to incoming students:

  • Moravian University issues MacBook Pros and iPads to students, including AppleCare coverage and the option to have regular repairs and service via Moravian’s IT help desk.
  • Full Sail University’s Project Launchbox gives every student a laptop loaded with professional creative software to promote an immersive, hands-on learning experience.
  • Chatham University’s first-year students receive a free, 13-inch MacBook Air laptop with AppleCare and SafeWare protection. They also get protective accessories and the option for on-campus repairs.

As you start applying to schools, check out their IT department websites. These usually outline any free or discounted laptop promotions for new students.

If your college or university doesn’t offer free laptops as a part of enrollment, check out your school’s library. Temporary laptop loans are typically available for students to use on campus. For commuter students who prefer to study off campus, local libraries are also a great option for borrowing free laptops.

Organizations that Provide Free Laptops

If you don’t have access to a laptop through school and you’re experiencing financial challenges, don’t worry. Several nonprofit organizations provide free laptops to students in need on a rolling basis.

The On It Foundation

Since 1999, the On It Foundation has provided free computers to low-income K-12 students in U.S. public schools. The nonprofit collaborates with educational institutions, businesses and local community members to collect and distribute donated computers. The organization also offers technology training and internet access to families.

To apply for a free computer, a parent or guardian should contact the On It Foundation via a letter or an email with a request that includes proof of financial need.

Computers with Causes

Receiving hundreds of requests per day, Computers with Causes gives over 20,000 donated computers annually as a part of the Giving Center Charity. Free computers are available to anyone. However, the organization prioritizes students and teachers, people experiencing housing insecurity, disabled veterans and military families.

Students can apply online and expect to receive confirmation of their free computer within a month.

Scholarships and Grants that Provide Free Laptops

High school students may be eligible for scholarship and grant opportunities that offer free laptops. These programs are often competitive and selective. Some are fairly accessible but require fundraising to cover the costs of technology.

Dell Scholars Program

Each year, the Dell Scholars Program provides high school graduates with a $20,000 educational scholarship, a free laptop, and textbook credits through Chegg—plus professional and personal resources to help navigate life challenges during the college years.

Applications open in October, so if you’re a rising high school senior, you can start submitting materials this fall. To qualify, candidates should have a minimum 2.4 GPA and be Pell Grant eligible. Applicants should also be on track to graduate in the same academic year they apply, and they should plan to enroll in a bachelor’s program immediately after graduation.

Laptops 4 Learning

Founded in 2015, Laptops 4 Learning (L4L) equips students with computer access to help them excel in school and the workplace. The mission-driven nonprofit also supports military veterans, who are also eligible for a laptop.

To obtain a free computer, register for an account on L4L’s website. From there, students should solicit their networks and local communities for donations to cover costs. Once sufficient funds are raised, students receive their free laptops.

Discounted Laptops for College Students

The following nonprofits and online platforms sell refurbished laptops at a discounted rate for students seeking reliable, affordable products. These are great options if you’re looking to save and invest in a device.

PCs for People

This nonprofit organization sells discounted desktop and laptop computers. It also provides a variety of tech services, including computer repair and recycling. With a mission to close the “digital divide”, PCs for People serves low-income families and individuals with disabilities.

Starting at $145 for a laptop, PCs for People currently offers brands like HP, Dell and Lenovo.

Dell Refurbished

Dell Refurbished sells an array of refurbished Latitude models at a discount. Offering thorough computer inspections plus “cosmetic grades” to ensure top-notch quality, bargain shoppers can snag a like-new laptop starting around $400.

Notebooks for Students

Originally founded by college students in California, Notebooks for Students (NFS) works with tech brands to provide refurbished, discounted laptops to students of all ages.

The organization’s homepage offers an extensive lineup of laptops categorized by school grade level and high-performance laptops. NFS offers both Mac and PC products, and prices start around $200.

Unlike most refurbished laptop sellers, NFS includes a free four-year warranty with the purchase of a laptop. This warranty includes full tech support to troubleshoot hardware repair, software installation and file recovery.

ConnectAll

An e-commerce platform, ConnectAll aims to provide affordable, refurbished laptops and desktops to nonprofits and low-income individuals.

The organization’s laptop inventory is sortable by form factor, storage capacity, memory and operating system. With options for Mac and PC, prices range from about $100 to $1,000. This includes free shipping, a one-year extended warranty and pre-installed Microsoft Windows and Office software.

College Student Technology Discounts and Deals

If you’re set on purchasing a brand-new device, many trusted tech brands offer annual educational discounts that cater to college students. Some of these laptop offers include bundled add-ons like gift cards and pre-installed software.

Dell Student Discount

Dell’s student discount specials include savings of up to $200 on new models like the Inspiron 14. Dell offers a no-interest payment plan in their education pricing. The company also includes the option to install Microsoft Office software like Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

Microsoft Student Discount

Microsoft offers up to a 10% discount on select products for students, teachers, parents and the military. To access this discount, check your eligibility by logging in to your Microsoft account when prompted. From there, start shopping and the best price will appear as you browse.

Free access to Office 365 is also included when purchasing with a student discount. Note that this discount cannot be combined with other offers.

Apple Education Pricing

Apple is known for its educational discounts for students and parents, faculty and staff and even homeschool teachers. Shopping with a Checked email address and institutional affiliation can save students up to $100 on Apple products including iMac, MacBook Pro, Macbook Air and iPads.

Education pricing also includes an Apple gift card (up to $150 in value) when purchasing select items.

Samsung Education Offer Program

Through Samsung’s Education Offer Program, students can purchase a brand-new Galaxy Chromebook at a fraction of the retail cost, saving up to $575. Samsung’s back-to-school bargains are not limited to laptop deals. Students and educators can shop for tablets, phones, watches, audio accessories and more.

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Killexams : White House Preps Monkeypox Influencers, Leaves Vax Overseas

Update: Hours after this report was published, the FDA granted certification to the Danish medical facility, freeing up more than 1 million vaccine doses to be sent to the United States.

As monkeypox case numbers climb nationwide, the Biden administration says that it remains opposed to efforts that would bypass the bureaucratic red tape keeping more than 1 million doses of vaccine stuck on another continent.

But with fears mounting that the previously rare disease now is on the verge of becoming endemic in the United States, patients, physicians and public health experts say that refusal to learn from the mistakes of the coronavirus pandemic is unacceptable—particularly when a safe and effective vaccine is already in reach.

“It's just déjà vu all over again,” said Lawrence Gostin, director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law Center. “When you have a fast-moving, out-of-control spread of monkeypox in the United States, when the White House goes the extra mile and purchases a million doses, and then to not have them available to respond in a smart, effective way, it’s intolerable.”

“There literally is no excuse.”

Since the first domestic monkeypox case was identified in May, there have been more than 1,000 confirmed cases in the United States, although a lack of access to testing and broad clinical unfamiliarity with the illness means that the true case count is likely far greater, according to epidemiologists. At the outbreak’s onset, government officials downplayed the risk that monkeypox posed to Americans, pointing to a vast supply of more than 100 million doses of preventative vaccines for both monkeypox and its more dangerous relative, smallpox, held in national vaccine stockpiles.

The monkeypox virus—which likely originates in rodents, despite its name—has historically been almost entirely restricted to children in Central and West Africa, in part because it is spread primarily through close physical contact. But the most latest outbreak has already been found in more than 10,000 people worldwide, primarily in men who have sex with men. The illness caused by the monkeypox virus is not dissimilar from chickenpox, although they are not related, as monkeypox symptoms include fever, headaches and soreness, as well as the fluid-filled lesions that supply the disease its name. All of the people who have tested positive for the illness in the latest outbreak have recovered, according to public health authorities, but the long-term side effects of the illness are not well understood.

“We have access to vaccines and even treatments here in the U.S., and so the risk we believe is substantially lower,” Dr. Raj Panjabi, the senior director for global health security and biodefense at the White House’s National Security Council, told NPR in May. The National Strategic Stockpile, the nation’s emergency repository for medical supplied, possesses roughly 100 million doses of ACAM2000, a second-generation vaccine, and the United States owns more than 1 million doses of Jynneos, a two-dose vaccine approved in 2019 that has fewer side effects than ACAM2000.

But as the scale of the current monkeypox outbreak came to be understood, public health officials came to realize an enormous hitch in plans for swift disbursement of a vaccine: nearly all of the Jynneos doses owned by the United States have not been cleared to enter the United States by the Food and Drug Administration.

In 2020, one year after Jynneos was approved for use by the FDA, the vaccine’s Danish manufacturer, Bavarian Nordic, began moving each step of its vaccine manufacturing in-house after having used a contractor to fill doses of Jynneos offsite. This resulted in roughly 1.1 million doses of the vaccine being filled at a Bavarian Nordic facility near Copenhagen—a facility which, unlike its predecessor, was not yet inspected by the FDA. While the U.S. still possessed 300,000 doses of Jynneos that had been filled at the FDA-inspected contractor facility, the 1.1 million remaining doses remain stuck in limbo until the new facility is inspected.

“An inspection is one of the final steps of a long process,” a Bavarian Nordic spokesperson told The Daily Beast. “Moving production from one facility to a new facility is a major manufacturing change that needs to be very well supported with data including sterility, specifications, and analytical methods and to establish reliable supply chains so that manufacturing is as consistent as possible.”

That would be a reasonable excuse for the delay, health experts and public officials said, if the new Bavarian Nordic facility had not already passed muster with European regulators more than a year ago—and if the FDA had not delayed its own inspections process until a public health crisis.

“The FDA has their heads in the ground!” said Michael Donnelly, a data scientist and a prominent critic of the public health response to monkeypox. “Thousands of GBTQ Americans are denied these vital vaccines every day while they sit in a warehouse in Denmark. It’s not a question of if this process will cause a delay—the delay is already here.”

The delay is explained partly by the same thing that has made the current monkeypox outbreak so surprising: its previous rarity outside of a few communities in Central and West Africa.

“The FDA hadn’t gotten around to inspecting the new factory and whose fault that is, I don’t know. But until this started in May, monkeypox was at the bottom of everybody's list,” said Dr. David Freedman, a professor emeritus of infectious diseases at the University of Alabama and an expert in tropical diseases. “Nobody anticipated that so many doses would be needed, and it just kind of dropped down there.”

Bavarian Nordic, Freedman said, also had no incentive to expedite the FDA inspection, “because at that time, nobody wanted to buy their vaccine.”

“They weren’t ordering any more—they had a contract for these couple of million doses, and the U.S. was being resupplied with the older vaccine,” Freedman said. “So I think that's what happened here.”

“Using influencers is, in some ways, talking down to them, whereas you need to have community-based organizations and people who are at risk themselves getting support.”

— Lawrence Gostin, director of the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at Georgetown Law Center

That inspection snafu has slowed the number of doses available to Americans at high risk for infection down to a trickle, and has turned obtaining a dose into a grim combination of The Hunger Games and a radio call-in competition for concert tickets. In New York City, the current epicenter of the U.S. outbreak, the announcement that 1,700 doses of the vaccine would be made available by the city’s health department on Tuesday turned into a free-for-all as the appointment website crashed within seconds of going live. For nearly two hours, thousands of would-be patients hit “Refresh” on the site hoping to obtain a shot, with nearly all of them closing their browsers without an appointment.

The solution, public health authorities and elected officials are increasingly saying, is for the FDA to waive the inspection requirement and accept the European Medicines Agency’s inspections as reciprocation to its own. The FDA already accepts reciprocity for various medical products, and is set to decide by this Friday if they will extend that reciprocity to vaccines.

“It isn’t as though the idea of vaccine reciprocity is ludicrous. The FDA has already been contemplating it,” said Erik Bottcher, a member of the New York City Council who represents Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, Chelsea and Hell’s Kitchen, all of which have large LGBTQ populations. “We should absolutely use the European Medicines Agency’s determination that the Bavarian Nordic facility is in compliance.”

The White House has downplayed the delay in FDA inspection, with Panjabi telling reporters at a New York press conference last week that the agency had actually expedited inspections by “several months to make sure we have those vaccines here as quickly as possible.”

A White House spokesperson told The Daily Beast that the inspection of the Danish facility, which began on July 1, is ongoing, and punted the question of bypassing the inspection requirement to the agency.

“Inspection of Denmark is not delayed,” said White House Assistant Press Secretary Kevin Munoz. “As you know, it’s an independent regulatory agency so we do not have an opportunity to have a role.”

The FDA, along with the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, did not respond to requests for comment on bypassing the inspection requirements. But no epidemiology expert who spoke with The Daily Beast doubted that European regulators are more than competent at determining the safety of a manufacturing facility.

“I suspect that the European Union’s regulatory arm is capable of undertaking effective inspections,” said Dr. Timothy Brewer, a professor of epidemiology at UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health and of Medicine. “I would not have any personal concerns with using an EU-inspected vaccine.”

With the coronavirus pandemic in its third year, public health experts told The Daily Beast that there is no excuse for any hurdles in the nation’s response to monkeypox, whether they be the result of federal red tape or local incompetence.

“The White House doesn’t get to just sit back and watch a comedy of errors at the city and state level, because it's not a city and state problem—it’s a national problem,” said Gostin. “This is an infectious disease. By definition, it will cross state borders and it needs a unified, rigorous, well-resourced federal response.”

In late June, the White House did outline its plan for addressing the outbreak, with announced distribution of nearly 300,000 doses of the vaccine “over the coming weeks,” as well as the purchase of 2.5 million additional new doses—although those will not be available until next year.

More immediately, the White House is partnering with GLAAD in hosting a monkeypox briefing aimed at social media influencers aimed at informing their followers about vaccine eligibility and at-risk behavior. The briefing, first reported by Politico on Wednesday, was met with scorn by many of the very influencers who would normally take part in it, many of whom pointed out that wider access to the vaccine would do more to prevent monkeypox’s spread than posts on TikTok.

“whatever brave influencer says yes to this opportunity… good luck,” tweeted Tyler Oakley, perhaps the most famous gay influencer working. “everyone already hates it & you & everything you’ve ever done.”

In addition to the cringe factor, Gostin said, the risk of farming out vaccine information to influencers is that it looks like the administration is treating those at high risk—many of whom are already well informed about monkeypox, and are simply waiting for their shots—like children.

“Using influencers is, in some ways, talking down to them, whereas you need to have community-based organizations and people who are at risk themselves getting support,” Gostin said. “What we learned from the AIDS epidemic is that working closely with affected communities and finding out what they need for support is clearly the best way to go.”

The risks of the delayed vaccine rollout grow every day. With tens of thousands of monkeypox cases worldwide likely going unconfirmed, a number floated grimly by one administration source, the United States is quickly approaching a day when containment is no longer feasible, and the illness becomes a fixture of American life.

“We are very much at risk of monkeypox becoming entrenched in the U.S.,” said Bottcher. “And unlike many purely sexually transmitted infections, there are still many questions and unknowns about other forms of monkeypox transmission outside of sexual contact.”

That day, Freedman said, may already be here.

“I don’t think, whatever we do, that monkeypox is now going to go away,” Freedman said. “I think the best we can hope for is to control this outbreak. Of course, any delay in getting people vaccinated is going to prevent us from being able to minimize or prevent the further growth of the disease.”

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Killexams : IT Ops Market Size 2022, share, Industry Growing Rapidly with latest Demand, Trends, Development, Revenue and Forecast to 2029

IT Ops Market Global 2022 presents detailed competitive analysis including the market Share, Size, Future scope. This study categorizes the global Health and Safety Products breakdown data by manufacturers, region, type and applications, also analyzes the market drivers, opportunities and challenges. IT Ops Market Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry. Top Key Players are – Sumo Logi, HP, Nexthink, Splunk, Evolven, Microsoft, VMware, IBM, Oracle, ExtraHop, SAP SE, AppDynamics, AccelOps, Bay Dynamics.

The “IT Ops Market“ research report has witnessed growth from USD million to USD million from 2017 to 2022. With the CAGR of %, this market is estimated to reach USD million in 2029.| (Number of Pages: 102)

The report Global IT Ops Market Outlook 2029 report provides key analysis on the market status of IT Ops manufacturers with the best facts and figures, definitions, SWOT analysis, expert opinions and the latest developments around the world. The market research report also offers Porter’s Five Forces Analysis and profiles some of the leading players of the global IT Ops Market. It sheds light on changing market dynamics and discusses about different growth drivers, market challenges and restraints, and trends and opportunities in detail. Interested parties are provided with market recommendations and business advice to ensure success in the global IT Ops market.

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Impact of COVID-19 on IT Ops Market:

IT Ops Market report analyses the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on the IT Ops industry. IT Ops Market report explained the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the industry was fully assessed. Fully risk assessment and industry recommendations were made for IT Ops in a special period. This report also compares the market of Pre COVID-19 and Post COVID-19. Also report covers the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 from the perspective of the industry chain.

The biggest highlight of the report is to provide companies in the industry with a strategic analysis of the impact of COVID-19. At the same time, this report analyzed the market of leading 20 countries and introduce the market potential of these countries.

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Key players in the global IT Ops market covered in Chapter 2 and Chapter 6:

  • Sumo Logi
  • HP
  • Nexthink
  • Splunk
  • Evolven
  • Microsoft
  • VMware
  • IBM
  • Oracle
  • ExtraHop
  • SAP SE
  • AppDynamics
  • AccelOps
  • Bay Dynamics

Key Points Chapter wise Covered in this IT Ops Market research report:

Chapter 1provides an overview of IT Ops market, containing global revenue and CAGR. The forecast and analysis of IT Ops market by type, application, and region are also presented in this chapter.

Chapter 2is about the market landscape and major players. It provides competitive situation and market concentration status along with the basic information of these players.

Chapter 3introduces the industrial chain of IT Ops. Industrial chain analysis, raw material (suppliers, price, supply and demand, market concentration rate) and downstream buyers are analyzed in this chapter.

Chapter 4concentrates on manufacturing analysis, including cost structure analysis and process analysis, making up a comprehensive analysis of manufacturing cost.

Chapter 5provides clear insights into market dynamics, the influence of COVID-19 in IT Ops industry, consumer behavior analysis.

Chapter 6provides a full-scale analysis of major players in IT Ops industry. The basic information, as well as the profiles, applications and specifications of products market performance along with Business Overview are offered.

Chapter 7pays attention to the sales, revenue, price and gross margin of IT Ops in markets of different regions. The analysis on sales, revenue, price and gross margin of the global market is covered in this part.

Chapter 8gives a worldwide view of IT Ops market. It includes sales, revenue, price, market share and the growth rate by type.

Chapter 9focuses on the application of IT Ops, by analyzing the consumption and its growth rate of each application.

Chapter 10prospects the whole IT Ops market, including the global sales and revenue forecast, regional forecast. It also foresees the IT Ops market by type and application.

Years considered for this report:

Historical Years:2017-2021

Base Year:2021

Estimated Year:2022

Forecast Period:2022-2029

Competitive Analysis on IT Ops Market:

IT Ops serious scene gives subtleties by merchants, including organization outline, organization complete revenue, market potential, worldwide presence, IT Ops deals and revenue created, overall industry value, SWOT examination, Product launch. For the period 2022-2029, this investigation gives the IT Ops deals, revenue and Value of the overall industry for every player canvassed in this report.

Global IT Ops Market Segmentation:

Global IT Ops Market is segmented in various types and applications according to product type and category. In terms of Value and Volume the growth of market calculated by providing CAGR for forecast period for year 2022 to 2029.

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In Chapter 8 and Chapter 10.3, based on types, the IT Ops market from 2017 to 2029 is primarily split into:

In Chapter 9 and Chapter 10.4, based on applications, the IT Ops market from 2017 to 2029 covers:

  • Real-time Log Analytics
  • Application Performance Management
  • Infrastructure Management
  • Network and Security Management
  • Others

Geographically, the report includes the research on production, consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate, and forecast (2017 -2029) of the following regions:

  • United States
  • Europe (Germany, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, Poland)
  • China
  • Japan
  • India
  • Southeast Asia (Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam)
  • Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, Colombia)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria)
  • Other Regions

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Table of Content:

1 IT Ops Market Overview
1.1 Product Overview and Scope of IT Ops
1.2 IT Ops Segment by Type
1.2.1 Global IT Ops Sales and CAGR (%) Comparison by Type (2017-2029)
1.2.2 The Market Profile of On-Premise
1.2.3 The Market Profile of On-Demand
1.3 Global IT Ops Segment by Application
1.3.1 IT Ops Consumption (Sales) Comparison by Application (2017-2029)
1.3.2 The Market Profile of Real-time Log Analytics
1.3.3 The Market Profile of Application Performance Management
1.3.4 The Market Profile of Infrastructure Management
1.3.5 The Market Profile of Network and Security Management
1.3.6 The Market Profile of Others
1.4 Global IT Ops Market, Region Wise (2017-2022)
1.4.1 Global IT Ops Market Size (Revenue) and CAGR (%) Comparison by Region (2017-2022)
1.4.2 United States IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3 Europe IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3.1 Germany IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3.2 UK IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3.3 France IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3.4 Italy IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3.5 Spain IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3.6 Russia IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.3.7 Poland IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.4 China IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.5 Japan IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.6 India IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.7 Southeast Asia IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.7.1 Malaysia IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.7.2 Singapore IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.7.3 Philippines IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.7.4 Indonesia IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.7.5 Thailand IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.7.6 Vietnam IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.8 Latin America IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.8.1 Brazil IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.8.2 Mexico IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.8.3 Colombia IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.9 Middle East and Africa IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.9.1 Saudi Arabia IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.9.2 United Arab Emirates IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.9.3 Turkey IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.9.4 Egypt IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.9.5 South Africa IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.4.9.6 Nigeria IT Ops Market Status and Prospect (2017-2022)
1.5 Global Market Size of IT Ops (2017-2029)
1.5.1 Global IT Ops Revenue Status and Outlook (2017-2029)
1.5.2 Global IT Ops Sales Status and Outlook (2017-2029)

2 Global IT Ops Market Landscape by Player
2.1 Global IT Ops Sales and Share by Player (2017-2022)
2.2 Global IT Ops Revenue and Market Share by Player (2017-2022)
2.3 Global IT Ops Average Price by Player (2017-2022)
2.4 Global IT Ops Gross Margin by Player (2017-2022)
2.5 IT Ops Manufacturing Base Distribution, Sales Area and Product Type by Player
2.6 IT Ops Market Competitive Situation and Trends
2.6.1 IT Ops Market Concentration Rate
2.6.2 IT Ops Market Share of Top 3 and Top 6 Players
2.6.3 Mergers and Acquisitions, Expansion

3 IT Ops Upstream and Downstream Analysis
3.1 IT Ops Industrial Chain Analysis
3.2 Key Raw Materials Suppliers and Price Analysis
3.3 Key Raw Materials Supply and Demand Analysis
3.4 Manufacturing Process Analysis
3.5 Market Concentration Rate of Raw Materials
3.6 Downstream Buyers
3.7 Value Chain Status Under COVID-19

4 IT Ops Manufacturing Cost Analysis
4.1 Manufacturing Cost Structure Analysis
4.2 IT Ops Key Raw Materials Cost Analysis
4.2.1 Key Raw Materials Introduction
4.2.2 Price Trend of Key Raw Materials
4.3 Labor Cost Analysis
4.3.1 Labor Cost of IT Ops Under COVID-19
4.4 Energy Costs Analysis
4.5 RandD Costs Analysis

5 Market Dynamics
5.1 Drivers
5.2 Restraints and Challenges
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Advances in Innovation and Technology for IT Ops
5.3.2 Increased Demand in Emerging Markets
5.4 IT Ops Industry Development Trends under COVID-19 Outbreak
5.4.1 Global COVID-19 Status Overview
5.4.2 Influence of COVID-19 Outbreak on IT Ops Industry Development
5.5 Consumer Behavior Analysis

6 Players Profiles
6.1 Sumo Logi
6.1.1 Sumo Logi Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.1.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.1.3 Sumo Logi IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.1.4 Sumo Logi Business Overview
6.2 HP
6.2.1 HP Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.2.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.2.3 HP IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.2.4 HP Business Overview
6.3 Nexthink
6.3.1 Nexthink Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.3.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.3.3 Nexthink IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.3.4 Nexthink Business Overview
6.4 Splunk
6.4.1 Splunk Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.4.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.4.3 Splunk IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.4.4 Splunk Business Overview
6.5 Evolven
6.5.1 Evolven Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.5.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.5.3 Evolven IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.5.4 Evolven Business Overview
6.6 Microsoft
6.6.1 Microsoft Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.6.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.6.3 Microsoft IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.6.4 Microsoft Business Overview
6.7 VMware
6.7.1 VMware Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.7.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.7.3 VMware IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.7.4 VMware Business Overview
6.8 IBM
6.8.1 IBM Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.8.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.8.3 IBM IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.8.4 IBM Business Overview
6.9 Oracle
6.9.1 Oracle Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.9.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.9.3 Oracle IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.9.4 Oracle Business Overview
6.10 ExtraHop
6.10.1 ExtraHop Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.10.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.10.3 ExtraHop IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.10.4 ExtraHop Business Overview
6.11 SAP SE
6.11.1 SAP SE Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.11.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.11.3 SAP SE IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.11.4 SAP SE Business Overview
6.12 AppDynamics
6.12.1 AppDynamics Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.12.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.12.3 AppDynamics IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.12.4 AppDynamics Business Overview
6.13 AccelOps
6.13.1 AccelOps Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.13.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.13.3 AccelOps IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.13.4 AccelOps Business Overview
6.14 Bay Dynamics
6.14.1 Bay Dynamics Basic Information, Manufacturing Base, Sales Area and Competitors
6.14.2 IT Ops Product Profiles, Application and Specification
6.14.3 Bay Dynamics IT Ops Market Performance (2017-2022)
6.14.4 Bay Dynamics Business Overview

7 Global IT Ops Sales and Revenue Region Wise (2017-2022)
7.1 Global IT Ops Sales and Market Share, Region Wise (2017-2022)
7.2 Global IT Ops Revenue (Revenue) and Market Share, Region Wise (2017-2022)
7.3 Global IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.4 United States IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.4.1 United States IT Ops Market Under COVID-19
7.5 Europe IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.5.1 Europe IT Ops Market Under COVID-19
7.6 China IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.6.1 China IT Ops Market Under COVID-19
7.7 Japan IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.7.1 Japan IT Ops Market Under COVID-19
7.8 India IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.8.1 India IT Ops Market Under COVID-19
7.9 Southeast Asia IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.9.1 Southeast Asia IT Ops Market Under COVID-19
7.10 Latin America IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.10.1 Latin America IT Ops Market Under COVID-19
7.11 Middle East and Africa IT Ops Sales, Revenue, Price and Gross Margin (2017-2022)
7.11.1 Middle East and Africa IT Ops Market Under COVID-19

8 Global IT Ops Sales, Revenue (Revenue), Price Trend by Type
8.1 Global IT Ops Sales and Market Share by Type (2017-2022)
8.2 Global IT Ops Revenue and Market Share by Type (2017-2022)
8.3 Global IT Ops Price by Type (2017-2022)
8.4 Global IT Ops Sales Growth Rate by Type (2017-2022)
8.4.1 Global IT Ops Sales Growth Rate of On-Premise (2017-2022)
8.4.2 Global IT Ops Sales Growth Rate of On-Demand (2017-2022)

9 Global IT Ops Market Analysis by Application
9.1 Global IT Ops Consumption and Market Share by Application (2017-2022)
9.2 Global IT Ops Consumption Growth Rate by Application (2017-2022)
9.2.1 Global IT Ops Consumption Growth Rate of Real-time Log Analytics (2017-2022)
9.2.2 Global IT Ops Consumption Growth Rate of Application Performance Management (2017-2022)
9.2.3 Global IT Ops Consumption Growth Rate of Infrastructure Management (2017-2022)
9.2.4 Global IT Ops Consumption Growth Rate of Network and Security Management (2017-2022)
9.2.5 Global IT Ops Consumption Growth Rate of Others (2017-2022)

10 Global IT Ops Market Forecast (2022-2029)
10.1 Global IT Ops Sales, Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.1.1 Global IT Ops Sales and Growth Rate Forecast (2022-2029)
10.1.2 Global IT Ops Revenue and Growth Rate Forecast (2022-2029)
10.1.3 Global IT Ops Price and Trend Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2 Global IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast, Region Wise (2022-2029)
10.2.1 United States IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2.2 Europe IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2.3 China IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2.4 Japan IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2.5 India IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2.6 Southeast Asia IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2.7 Latin America IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.2.8 Middle East and Africa IT Ops Sales and Revenue Forecast (2022-2029)
10.3 Global IT Ops Sales, Revenue and Price Forecast by Type (2022-2029)
10.4 Global IT Ops Consumption Forecast by Application (2022-2029)
10.5 IT Ops Market Forecast Under COVID-19

11 Research Findings and Conclusion

12 Appendix
12.1 Methodology
12.2 Research Data Source

Continued. . .

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Killexams : Hands-On: MNT Reforms The Laptop

When we met our contact from MNT in the coffee shop, he was quietly working away on his laptop. Jet black and standing thick it was like an encyclopedia that didn’t quite blend in with the sea of silver MacBook lookalikes on the surrounding tables. After going through all the speeds and feeds we eagerly got our 64 piece driver kit out to open it up and see what made this marvel tick, but when the laptop was turned over it became clear that no tools were needed. The entire bottom of the machine was a single rectangle of transparent acrylic revealing everything from sharp white status LEDs on the bare mainboard to individual 18650 LiFePO4 battery cells in a tidy row. In a sense that’s the summary of the entire product: it’s a real laptop you can use to get work done, and every element of it from design to fabrication is completely transparent.

a view of the inside of a MNT Reform laptop, showing screen and keyboard
The MNT Reform

The device pictured here is called the Reform and is designed and manufactured by MNT, a company in Berlin, Germany (note MNT stands for MNT, it’s not an acronym). The Reform is a fully open source laptop which is shipping today and available via distribution through Crowd Supply. If the aesthetic doesn’t make it clear the Reform is an opinionated product designed from the ground up to optimize for free-as-in-freedom: from it’s solid metal chassis to the blob-free GNU/Linux distribution running inside.

We’re here to tell you that we’ve held one, it’s real, and it’s very well built.

Let’s get the spec punch list out of the way first. The currently shipping MNT Reform is powered by a Boundary Devices Nitrogen 8M System On Module which contains a quad core 1.5 GHz ARM64 processor (the NXP i.MX8M Quad) with 4 GB of RAM. This is packaged into a module that slots into a SODIMM slot on the mainboard next to a standard M key m.2 2280 socket with PCIe for an NVMe drive of the user’s choice, and a mini PCIe card slot for a WiFi or cell radio. All together this should make for a serviceable hardware package for daily use, especially with that fast PCIe storage, though the processor will be a little anemic by the standards of a modern personal computer, or even a high end smartphone.

Exposed along the edges of the laptop chassis are three USB 3 ports in the USB-A form factor, full sized SD card, a 1/8″ TRRS jack, gigabit Ethernet, and power via a barrel jack. If we were designing a machine from scratch today, we’d love to see that barrel jack replaced with USB-C and Power Delivery, but that’s a minor complaint, and as the saying goes the sources are available, so we could always fix that ourselves!

a top down view of a laptop showing the keyboard and track ball

Moving to the outside we can report that the MNT Reform feels exactly the way it looks in all the pictures; like an absolute brick of a machine. This particular unit has been lovingly bestickered but the bead-blasted, CNC milled chassis is absolutely every bit as well-built as we had hoped. In traditional notebook reviews, thin and light laptops get lambasted for wibbly-wobbly bendy screens and failing the “one handed open test”, which checks if the display can be opened without a second hand to keep the base of the computer planted on the table. The Reform certainly has no problems in either of these departments. The screen escapes its retaining magnets with a satisfying pop and swings smoothly open to past 180º on stiff hinges with nary a complaint or flex in sight.

Lacking a camera or internal microphone, the primary interface an operator will have with the MNT Reform is via keyboard and pointing device. As the astute reader has no doubt noticed, this portable computer is rather thick compared to the slivers of aluminium that you’d find at your favorite electronics retailer. But thickness has some tangible benefits in the interface department.

First we’ll point out the pointing device, which is a modular USB peripheral the user can specify when purchasing the machine. Besides the 1337-hacker choice to have no pointing device at all, the Reform is available in two configurations; trackpad and luxurious trackball.

an exploded mechanical drawing of the Reform trackball module
An exploded trackball schematic

We haven’t seen the trackpad in person so can only speculate about how it operates. It’s an off the shelf capacitive affair packaged under glass to supply your digits the smoothest glide possible. It supports a standard range of multi finger gestures and we’re sure it’s perfectly fine. But this is Hackaday, so we were absolutely thrilled to get our digits on the glorious trackball.

The trackball is an option that emphasizes the aesthetic the Reform is really built to indulge. The ball and five mechanical keys are packed into the same rectangular surface area as the trackpad to allow either to be installed, but there is plenty of room to maneuver. The ball is big at 2.5 centimetres in diameter, and just the right balance between tacky for good finger grip and smooth for easy rolling. Significantly, the ball is large enough that it’s easy to execute precise movements without much trouble, an issue we’ve experienced before on tiny trackballs.

Above the pointing device is the keyboard, and what a keyboard it is. As enthusiasts ourselves, we were excited to see that the unusually deep chassis here was leveraged once again to include real mechanical switches for a premium typing feel. These aren’t full sized keyswitches, but Kailh Choc low profile switches. Even so they provide a deep 3 mm of travel, closer to the 4 mm of a traditional full size Cherry MX switch than the 1 mm you’d get on a 2021 keyboard from Apple.

The keyboard layout is not completely standard, but with a little typing we don’t think it would be a problem. The other notable detail is the keycaps themselves. Kailh Choc switches use special keycaps that are typically of the utterly flat chicklet variety in vogue on modern laptops. Bucking this trend once again, the Reform has very deep keys which we found helped our digits distinguish them when typing quickly. Needless to say in our short time with the machine it was a very comfortable keyboard to clack away at. The only note against it was the flexure in the center of the deck, which got a little bouncy when we were aggressive with the keys. But this was only noticeable after it was specifically pointed out as an area for improvement.

a laptop keyboard with key caps which have a deep depression in the center
Deep keycaps help fingers find focus

Also notable is the small display above the keyboard. This is a sort of system management display, or rather an interface to the main processor’s supervisory micro. It connects with the keyboard and allows the user to view certain system information like battery status even while the machine is completely off. Of course it’s fully programmable just like the rest of the system.

To wrap up the device, we will mostly elide what it was like in the few minutes we spent using it as a computer. It’s fine. It’s a Linux computer. If you’ve used one before you know what to expect here, which is in its own way a complement in its banality. By default each machine comes with the relatively conservative Debian distribution and a mainline kernel, so for daily use you won’t need to be a terminal wizard and switching to another OS should be straightforward.

a small OLED display showing battery cell voltages

The Reform is a niche product for a niche audience. It’s unapologetically hefty. An interested buyer will pay north of $999 to buy one, and at that lower price will have to assemble it themselves: pre-assembled units start at $1,550. It has a processor that is sufficient for daily use but lags behind the latest 4.5 GHz burst octa-core behemoth from Intel or AMD. But none of that is the point.

It’s hard to come up with a substantial list of competitors to the MNT Reform. If you were lucky enough to be in the market for a portable computer at the right time there was the Novena; a similarly open source, similarly expensive, similarly rectangular computing device from [Bunny] and [Xobs]. More recently there are the devices from Pine64, the Pinebook and Pinebook Pro. These are also easy to service, though there isn’t nearly enough room inside for much in the way of additions. They have even more anemic processors than the Reform, and most importantly have open software but – as far as we know – totally closed hardware. Lastly there is the tide of cyberdecks (which we love!), generally in the form of a Raspberry Pi coupled to a battery, screen and keyboard. Few if any of these are commercial products, and even if they were, the constituent parts are similarly non-free.

picture of MNT Reform laptop with ortholinear keyboard
OLKB’s ortholinear concept render

And that’s it. Besides the Novena we’re hard pressed to find any totally comparable devices, especially not ones with commercial availability and a production volume higher than one. We’re sure you’ll let us know if we missed something. So that leaves us with an unusual beast in the MNT Reform. It’s open to a fault, from the bits in the flash to the atoms in the aluminum. It’s built by hand by a four person team in Berlin (plus requisite shop dog). Its thickness is best measured in integer inches, and it’s fairly expensive. So why does it exist?

In some ways these unusual traits hearken back to one of the influences of the MNT Reform: retrocomputing. Not in the literal sense that this is a Commodore 64, but in the spirit of the thing. The machine is large and invites you to poke around inside, with clear labels and an easy entry method. It comes with a thick manual that starts with friendly instructions about how to get around the Linux command line and ends with the complete schematics for the entire machine. It’s a useful tool but also one you can learn and grow with. And from that openness inspires people to learn from its example and mod it to suit their needs.

Building a completely open computer whose every design element caters to a group of enthusiastic hackers means that it didn’t take long for improvements to begin appearing. The highest profile of these might be the new keyboard design from crowd favorites OLKB, known for making a variety of diminutive keyboards with ortholinear layouts like the Planck. Of course this new keyboard is only real when it’s shipping, but as OLKB is a long established entity with a history of shipping keyboards in relatively high volume it seems like a safe bet.
Besides a new keyboard we’ve heard of multiple replacement System On Modules which should change the available compute capabilities in exciting ways and keep the Reform usable for years to come. MNT itself is working with a partner to bring a module powered by the the NXP Layerscape LS1028A and a whopping 8 or 16 GB of RAM to market. And [Lukas Hartmann] the founder of MNT has posted some very tantalizing renders of a SOM card containing a burly Kintex-7 FPGA which may one day play host to anything from RISC-V cores to a supercomputer of Z80s.

the top of a laptop covered in stickers
The MNT Reform we had our hands on

This is a real laptop, that you can buy today. It’s built out of high quality materials and will probably survive the rigors of daily metro trips in a messenger bag, and dirt from working in the park. It runs software whose source you can inspect in totality and build yourself, and if the color doesn’t suit your liking the mechanical CAD is available to manufacture your own enclosure. The processor isn’t the cutting edge but it’s socketed and can be trivially replaced so we expect it to continue evolving and improving.

That diversity we talked about above is really the takeaway from our time with the MNT Reform. We live in a world where professional-grade manufacturing capability is easily accessible to a casual hobbyist, let alone a motivated team like MNT. It’s possible to produce a real commercial electronics product of non-trivial complexity for a niche market, and that’s nothing short of astounding. With a global audience we’re not worried in the least about selling through the initial 450 unit manufacturing run. So why shouldn’t it exist?

a standalone keyboard made from the keyboard in a MNT Reform laptop
The standalone MNT keyboard

Engaged Hackaday readers may note MNT has another upcoming product which is a close relative to the the Reform laptop. The keyboard we praised earlier has grown legs and stepped away from the trackball to become a standalone product. We had a chance to spend a few minutes with a preproduction unit and can confirm it’s exactly as satisfying as the integrated version. In fact, besides a firmware update, it’s literally the same as the one in the Reform laptop. Same extra deep keycaps, same satisfying but tactile action on the Kailh Choc keyswitches, and same programmable OLED screen. In this case the screen obviously isn’t integrated into the host machine so it’s relegated to providing metadata about the keyboard’s configuration, but MNT indicates you can draw to it with properly formed USB HID packets. We’re looking forward to the first Mavis Beacon integration. If you’re looking for a thin and light mechanical keyboard for on the go clacks and dig the unusual layout, it may be worth a look.

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Killexams : Ampaire’s Hybrid-Electric Demonstrator Performs 1,135-Mile Nonstop Flight

Following a 1,880-mile journey, Ampaire's EEL demonstrator aircraft landed in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, on July 22. (Photo: Ampaire)

Ampaire, the hybrid-electric aircraft developer based in Los Angeles, announced completion of a successful 1,135-mile-long nonstop flight with its EEL demonstrator aircraft. The company claims that this journey is the single longest nonstop flight performed by a hybrid-electric aircraft. The EEL, piloted by Elliot Seguin, flew a total distance of 1,880 miles from Camarillo Airport in California to Oshkosh, Wisconsin, from July 20–22.

The biggest challenge, according to Dr. Susan Ying, Ampaire’s SVP of Global Partnerships, was finding charging capabilities along the route. “Unlike Elon Musk, who built his own charge points, we don’t have that kind of money. But we are teaming up with partners such as B&V [Black & Veatch] to work on the infrastructure,” Dr. Ying told Avionics International in an emailed statement.

The hybrid-electric EEL testbed aircraft is a retrofit of the Cessna 337 (Skymaster) and can transport three passengers. (Photo: Ampaire)

Ampaire and Black & Veatch announced last month that their teams will collaborate to identify opportunities to develop airport electrification. The memorandum of understanding (MOU) includes the intent to leverage solar and energy storage to create clean-energy-powered charging at airports.

Ampaire retrofits planes with hybrid-electric propulsion systems, such as the DHC Twin Otter. The company expects to receive a supplemental type certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration in 2023, and has been targeting 2024 for beginning passenger service.

Ampaire's Eco Caravan model (Photo: Ampaire)

The technology and expertise resulting from the EEL aircraft will be applied to Ampaire’s hybrid-electric Eco Caravan, the company’s first commercial product and an upgrade to the current Cessna Grand Caravan. The Eco Caravan will be a regional aircraft with a nine-seat design, and it has the potential to achieve fuel savings of as much as 70%. Dr. Ying confirmed that the Eco Caravan will take flight for the first time by the end of 2022. 

Ampaire’s team intends to scale up its technology for larger regional aircraft, according to the company’s announcement. The next aircraft model that Ampaire intends to develop would be a 19-passenger airplane with two engines, Dr. Ying shared. 

Ampaire also announced a key supplier for its Eco Caravan’s hybrid-electric propulsion system this week. The RED Aircraft AO3 series compression ignition engine rated to 405 kW, or 550 hp, in an integrated parallel configuration will be used to provide the base power for the Eco Caravan. Ampaire’s electrical system will provide the peak power for the aircraft. 

RED Aircraft and Ampaire have signed an MOU to commercialize electric-propulsion aircraft. Ampaire intends to develop and certify propulsion systems for applications up to 800 hp. RED Aircraft’s objective is to develop and certify engine subsystems that are compatible with Jet A/sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), and supply the subsystems to Ampaire.

According to the announcement, the thermodynamic efficiency provided by the RED engine is a significant improvement upon a comparable turboprop engine. And because the RED engine is compatible with SAF, the aircraft could potentially reach net zero carbon emissions. Ampaire also claims that operating costs of the Eco Caravan are 25% to 40% lower.

Ampaire’s CEO, Kevin Noertker, commented on the choice of RED Aircraft as a key supplier for their hybrid-electric aircraft: “The modern, powerful and ultra-fuel-efficient RED engines have exactly the right characteristics for the Eco Caravan’s hybrid-electric propulsion system and for many other upgrades or all-new designs we may pursue.”

The company plans to build hybrid-electric aircraft “well beyond 800 hp,” Dr. Ying told Avionics

Ampaire’s hybrid-electric Cessna 337 Skymaster performed its first test flight three years ago at Camarillo Airport. The aircraft included one 210 hp engine and one electric motor to reduce emissions and operating costs. The 337 aircraft performed additional flights as part of the FAA’s flight test program throughout the summer of 2019, recording data related to its propulsion characteristics. 

“The most practical way to achieve an all-electric future is to jump start the market with a partially-electric present,” Ampaire CEO Kevin Noertker remarked, saying that the modified Cessna 337 was the company’s first step towards the goal of a larger hybrid- or fully-electric aircraft.

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