TIS service for Zebra MC65 only until June 2020
October 26, 2018
The MC65 from Zebra (formerly Motorola) has already been discontinued as of June 30, 2015. The repair service has been guaranteed for a further 5 years, until 30 June 2020, and will subsequently be discontinued. Until then, the devices can still be repaired by Zebra.
Devices with PSV3 from TIS
For customers who are still using Zebra MC65-type devices with the TIS PSV3 solution, we commit to maintaining the software for this device until June 30, 2020. This also applies to further developments of PSV3, technical feasibility with the MC65 provided. Of course you can continue to use the device with PSV3. However, after June 30, 2020, we can no longer guarantee full support for newer versions of PSV3.
With the MC67, Zebra offers a successor with various advantages. The device has more memory and a more powerful processor. Yet another big advantage is that all the accessories of the MC55 and MC65 - including our TISPLUS accessories - continue to fit and work with the MC67 mobile device.
Do You Have Questions?
Please contact us if you would like more info on how to transition to new device generations.
For newer hardware generations, TIS now also offers a range of new software variations under the name TISLOG Logistics & Mobility.
Here, too, we would be happy to advise you on solutions and options if desired.
Do you have any questions about this news or general questions about our products and services?
Our colleagues in the TIS sales gladly take care of your questions concerns.
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