Headline Rollup for July 6, 2017
Lexmark is looking to the channel to exclusively take its latest laser printer range out to the SME market across EMEA.
In 1969, in his lab in Webster, NY, Xerox engineer Gary Starkweather was challenged with improving the speed of an early fax machine. His research led to an invention of laser printing, which changed how people and businesses communicate around the world.
Canon Middle East is extending its Océ VarioPrint i-Series portfolio with the launch of the Océ VarioPrint i200, a 200 page-per-minute (ppm) sheetfed inkjet press which brings the benefits of the previously launched VarioPrint i300 to customers with lower volume requirements.
BURLINGTON, Mass. – July 3, 2017 – PRLog — RISO, Inc. announces the scheduled U.S. release of the company’s latest advance in high-speed color printing, the ComColorTM GD Series of Professional Inkjet: a high-speed, full-color printer that delivers prints at speeds up to 160ppm. Well-received at its premiere last September at GRAPH EXPO 2016, the ComColor GD Series is designed to meet the demands of high-volume variable data printing for Direct Mail and Transactional printing.
Samsung Electronics’ printer business will disappear in history in 33 years after the launch. The unit will be merged with U.S.-based HP Inc. as early as August as the follow-up measure of Samsung’s decision to sell its printing solution business division last year. However, HP will still sell printers in Korea under Samsung brand names from the second half of this year.
When you signed your last copier lease, did you happen to take the time to read that lease? How about the maintenance agreement? If you’re like most lessees, you probably skimmed over the verbiage on the lease and then signed the maintenance agreement without reading the T’s & C’s.
These and many other insights are from the recently published Cisco Internet of Things (IoT) study, The Journey to IoT Value: Challenges, Breakthroughs, and Best Practices published on SlideShare last month.