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X-Rite portfolio for digital photography market

Mark Peters : 2006-10-09 02:02:00
X-Rite portfolio for digital photography market : X-Rite unveiled its new integrated portfolio of solutions, combined from former GretagMacbeth and X-Rite solutions, for the digital photography market. The creation of this portfolio was one of the first priorities for the company’s new Imaging and Media group. The portfolio enables X-Rite to offer customers solutions built on leading edge technology, delivering improved measurement consistency for accurate color communication throughout the creative workflow. In addition, by better leveraging its substantial investment in research and development, the company can accelerate innovation so it can continue to deliver solutions that break new ground in terms of functionality.


Sanyo and Qwest support Breast Cancer Foundation

Nic Rossmüller : 2006-10-09 00:31:00
Sanyo and Qwest support Breast Cancer Foundation : In the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Qwest and Sanyo announced today that they have extended support to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation through the proceeds from sales of Qwest Communications International Inc. and Sanyo pink wireless phones. The program, which began in June and was to end October 31, has been extended through December 31, 2006, and now includes three pink phones. Ten percent of all retail sales of the pink phones through December 31 will be donated to the Komen Foundation with an extended maximum donation of $150,000. Three pink phones by Qwest and Sanyo are now available at all 100 Qwest retail locations in Qwest's 14-state service area.


Best Buy Digital Music Store

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-06 03:00:24
Best Buy Digital Music Store : Today, Best Buy unveiled the Best Buy Digital Music Store, a new service that will give customers an easy way to enjoy, manage, and discover music. The new service is powered by the RealNetworks, Inc.’s Rhapsody 4.0 music service, and features both a permanent download store and a subscription download service. As part of this launch, Best Buy also will carry and promote the SanDisk Sansa e200R Rhapsody MP3 players, which have been optimized to work seamlessly with the Best Buy Digital Music Store. The Best Buy Digital Music Store and the Sansa e200R RhapsodyMP3 players will both be available at participating Best Buy stores as of Sunday, October 15th.


Multimedia Application Processor from Renesas

Mark Peters : 2006-10-06 00:17:00
Multimedia Application Processor from Renesas : Renesas Technology America announced the SH-MobileR, a sophisticated single-chip processor solution for video and digital TV enabled devices, including portable media players and VoIP video phones. The robust processor is a complete hardware implementation that supports next-generation video standards and minimizes power consumption for long battery life. By achieving 478 million instructions per second (MIPS) performance in the Dhrystone v2.1 benchmark, the device gives multimedia systems the power to deliver powerful user experiences. Built on Renesas’ SH-Mobile Series platform, the SH-MobileR device adds a new level of multimedia capability for applications beyond mobile phones.


HP printing portfolio

Mark Peters : 2006-10-05 02:28:00
HP enterprise imaging & printing portfolio : HP today bolstered its enterprise imaging and printing product portfolio and strategy, including plans to increase the size and expertise of its sales force, to provide customers with unprecedented levels of service, information and business insight. As part of the announcement, the company unveiled an ink-based printing technology - HP Edgeline - specifically designed to handle the high-volume workloads of businesses. Printers using this technology feature printheads that span the width of a page - so only the paper moves, not the printheads. This allows print jobs to be completed in one pass, quickly and precisely with excellent quality.


CeWe color on the digital photographic market

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-05 01:07:00
CeWe color on the digital photographic market : The photographic market has undergone a fundamental change since the emergence of digital technology. This becomes clear on taking a look at sales figures for cameras and films. During the 90s, just over 4 mj. analogue cameras were sold in Germany every year. Sales of analogue cameras slumped to 1 mj. cameras sold in 2005, with another 7.4 million digital cameras having been sold in retail stores. These cameras are extremely attractive and are generating an incomparable boom. The intensive use of digital cameras naturally means that fewer conventional cameras are being used and fewer film rolls sold. Sales of film rolls in Germany declined by 51.9 % in the period 2000 (187 mj.) to 2005.


HP empowers professional photographers

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-05 01:02:00
HP empowers professional photographers : Professional photographers depend on their equipment, and that doesn’t just mean the camera that captures the image. Ultimately, photographers need to sell their photographs, and image reproduction has to be absolutely the best possible. Professionals need to know that the photo they imagined will be the photo that is actually printed. HP photo printers for photography and graphics professionals are designed especially around industry best-practice working methods. Advanced inkjet technology can inspire them to explore their creativity while increasing their productivity and reducing their costs - while, of course, helping them to realise their vision.


Canon USA advertising campaign

Ilse Jurriën : 2006-10-04 02:07:00
Canon USA advertising campaign : Canon USA unveiled its “What’s Next For Color” advertising campaign in support of its newest Color imageRUNNER, imagePRESS and imagePROGRAF devices in the second half of 2006. The What’s Next For Color advertising campaign, which kicked-off today with a five-page unit in The Wall Street Journal, will leverage a mix of unique and traditional media, as well as outdoor and radio advertising, with nearly $15 million in media schedule, and support the company’s brand slogan, Canon imageANYWARE. In addition to The Wall Street Journal ad unit, the What’s Next For Color advertising campaign will also utilize an eight-page Butterfly Gatefold in selected publications.






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