Headline Rollups from January 11, 2018

Cubinote releases new mobile printers

The company is debuting its latest pair of products at a consumer electronics conference in Las Vegas.

Electronics innovation specialists Cubinote, a subsidiary of Knectek Labs Inc., is set to unveil two new printing devices at the imminent CES 2018 Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.


Canon places top five in U.S. patent rankings for 32 years running and first among Japanese companies for thirteen years running

TOKYO, January 10, 2018—Canon Inc. ranked third for the number of U.S. patents awarded in 2017, becoming the only company in the world to have ranked in the top five for 32 years running, according to the latest ranking of preliminary patent results issued by IFI CLAIMS Patent Services. What’s more, Canon once again ranked first among Japanese companies.


Photocopier pioneer Xerox in talks for deal with Japan’s Fujifilm: WSJ

(Reuters) – Xerox Corp (XRX.N), under pressure to find new growth sources amid shrinking demand for its printer and copier business, is in talks for a deal with Japanese camera maker Fujifilm Holdings (4901.T) that could include a change in control of Xerox, the Wall Street Journal reported.


How Printers Can Boost Productivity in Your Office

In most offices, nearly all employees use a single device to manage, process and share some of their company’s most valuable data.


2018 Brings 3 Big Opportunities, 2 Big Challenges for Dealers

Strong growth projected for MPS, apps and production color while cybersecurity and changing sales processes present key challenges.

What will 2018 bring for dealers?


Possible Fujifilm-Xerox deal mooted

Further industry consolidation could be on the cards, with speculation that Xerox and Fujifilm “could strike a major deal” according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.


Lenovo Channel Chief Kinlaw Taking Global Position At Lexmark

Lenovo North America Channel Chief Sammy Kinlaw is leaving the company for a position as vice president worldwide channel and OEM sales at Lexmark, the printing power said.


 

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