Headline Rollup for October 31, 2017
The leading business solutions provider in advanced imaging and networking technologies, Konica Minolta, has launched its ‘simply efficient’ Accurio Press C6100 Series of colour production printers.
Printer and copier maker Xerox Corp reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue on Thursday, boosted by new product rollouts and cost cuts.
A booming economy and unique technological innovations which have changed the printing industry. It is to these factors that electronics company Epson Philippines credits its “tremendous” growth, as well as its 55 percent market share, said Eduardo Bonoan, the company’s general manager and head of marketing, at the recent launch of Epson’s new line of printers and projectors.
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc.(Konica Minolta), a leader in technology and IT services, today debuted its Managed Voice service offering as part of its All Covered IT Services portfolio. This announcement comes on the heels of the company’s acquisition of Indiana-based TLS.NET, a Managed IT Services company that specializes in voice, cloud and IT solutions.
Earlier this year, HP launched the Sprocket, a pocket photo printer that pairs with smartphones. Now less than a year in, the company is bringing the Sprocket 2-in-1 to market, which is essentially a pocket printer fused with an instant camera.
Sharp has reported its fourth consecutive quarterly profits of JPY20.2 billion (US$177 million) for its fiscal second-quarter 2017 (ended September), compared to a year-earlier loss of JPY17.9 billion.
Promising printers with “up to two years worth of ink included”, Epson has taken its excellent EcoTank printers and has upgraded them with “a new five-colour ink system, auto-stop ink bottles and integrated ink tanks”.