Headline Rollups for November 30, 2017
Due for commercial launch on 31 January 2018, the machine is intended for repro departments, enterprise print rooms, architectural or engineering firms and commercial printers for POS applications. It runs at speeds of up to 20A1ppm, printing at maximum 1,200dpi resolution with eight print cartridges and four (CMYK) pigment-based inks.
Continues to Advocate for Transparency in Identifying Competitive Devices and Papers
TOKYO–Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO: 6502) today announced that Toshiba Digital Solutions Corporation (TDSL), a consolidated subsidiary that specializes in the ICT solutions business, decided on the afternoon of November 28 to implement a personnel reallocation and early retirement incentive program with support for outplacement. The company proposed the program to its labor union on the same day.
Tokyo (November 29th, 2017) – With customer centricity at the heart of all product innovation and research and development activities, Konica Minolta Business Solutions Europe (GmbH) has joined Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Partner Program to continually verify and test the Workplace Hub technology. Alongside this, Hewlett Packard Enterprise showcased Konica Minolta’s Workplace Hub as part of the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) booth at its Discover 2017 event in Madrid, Spain on November 28th – 30th, 2017.
MONTVALE, N.J., Nov. 29, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), has announced an initiative aimed at helping its authorized dealerships across the United States hire the best and brightest America has to offer, our veterans of the Armed Forces.
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The OEM’s own market research shows the European inkjet printer market is looking increasingly healthy.
Epson has shared its own inkjet printer market research, reports Computer Weekly’s Simon Quicke, and it shows the inkjet fightback is going from strength to strength. Although laser printers have become more prominent in office environments over the last few years, Quicke reports that the inkjet market is showing signs of renewed vigour.
There are plenty of reasons desktop 3D printing never really took off with consumers. Speed isn’t the main one, but it’s certainly up there. If you’ve ever attempted to print anything larger than a penny, you know that, as a late, great philosopher once said, the waiting is the hardest part.