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Xerox Digital Print Shop

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-09-23 19:30:00
Xerox Digital Print Shop in a Box : Commercial printers can start and quickly build a successful digital printing business by using a comprehensive set of tools and services now available from Xerox. The Xerox Digital Print Shop in a Box, provided at no charge to customers, is an interactive CD and Web-based collection that provides step-by-step guides, business resources, application software and associated services to get commercial printers up and running quickly. Xerox believes there is a huge opportunity for printers to provide digital printing and services. According to the Printing Industries of PIA/GATF 2006 Print Atlas, about 77 percent of the commercial printers in the US have not yet made the move to digital printing.


Xerox WorkCentre 5600 Series

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-07-20 12:31:00
Xerox WorkCentre 5600 Series : Xerox Corporation is accelerating office productivity with nine new and enhanced multifunction systems that can leverage software applications to make work easier. The Xerox WorkCentre 7675 advanced color multifunction system and the WorkCentre 5600 Series black-and-white multifunction systems are Xerox’s newest and fastest products that print, copy, scan and fax while leveraging the company’s Extensible Interface Platform (EIP). EIP is based on Web standards and allows software developers to quickly and easily create applications tailored to address specific business challenges. People can access document management software that is personalized to meet their needs from the touch screen of the device.


National Medal of Technology for Xerox

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-25 11:02:00
National Medal of Technology for Xerox : Xerox Corporation has been selected to receive the US National Medal of Technology, “recognizing over fifty years of innovation” The award will be presented at the White House next month. The National Medal of Technology is the highest honor awarded by the President of the United States to America’s leading innovators. The medal is given to individuals, teams, and/or companies/divisions for their outstanding contributions to the nation’s economic, environmental and social well-being through the development and commercialization of technology products, processes and concepts; technological innovation; and development of the nation’s technological manpower.


Football posters printed with Xerox digital press

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-06-15 12:46:00
Football posters printed with Xerox digital press : When the Boise State University Broncos arrived back on campus the day after their football season ended with the Fiesta Bowl victory, 10,000 color posters were ready for distribution at a gala celebration. Created on the Xerox Corporation iGen3 110 Digital Production Press, the posters featured a montage of the final plays that sealed their 43-42 overtime bowl victory. Such fast turnaround time is one of the reasons Boise State University’s Printing and Graphic Services Department purchased the flagship Xerox iGen3 digital press. It is being used to expand print services and produce jobs such as personalized direct mail campaigns and even cost-effective football trading cards.


Xerox completes acquisition of Global Imaging System

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-15 21:41:00
Xerox completes acquisition of Global Imaging System : Xerox Corporation closed on its previously announced $1.5 billion acquisition of Global Imaging Systems, Inc. The acquisition pairs Xerox’s rapidly expanding portfolio of document products and services with Global’s expertise in the small and mid-size business (SMB) market and nationwide distribution network. Global Imaging Systems focuses on small and mid-size businesses through 21 regional core companies in the US that sell and service document management systems such as printers, copiers and multifunction devices; network integration services; and electronic presentation systems. As an office technology dealer, Global sells products from various suppliers, including now Xerox.


Xerox color language

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-05-11 18:01:00
Xerox color language : Xerox Corporation scientists are developing a technology to make adjusting colors in a document as easy as simply describing the color. Users can type “make the sky a deeper blue” or give a voice command “make the background carnation pink” and the software does the work. The invention, still in the research stage, creates “color language” by translating human descriptions of color into the precise numerical codes that machines use to print color documents. “Especially in the office environment, there are many non-experts who know how they would like color to appear but have no idea how to manipulate the color to get what they want,” said Geoffrey Woolfe, principal scientist in the Xerox Innovation Group.


Xerox DocuColor 250 digital color printer

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-03-08 19:51:00
Xerox DocuColor 240 and 250 digital color printer : Fujifilm USA, Inc. and Xerox Corporation have aligned their expertise to provide professional and commercial photo labs a complete photo printing solution to take advantage of the growing market for specialty photo products. Items that can be printed include photo books, photo calendars, greeting cards, as well as posters, trading cards, fun packs and a host of other specialty printed products that employ double-sided printing, binding and finishing. The new photo print solution will be offered by Fujifilm and will include Fujifilm’s digital photo products and Xerox’s DocuColor 240 and 250 Digital Color Printers. At PMA 2007, Fujifilm will demonstrate the Xerox DocuColor 240/250.


University of California makes Xerox printer deal

Ralf Jurrien : 2007-02-09 01:10:00
University of California makes Xerox printer deal : Under a five-year, multimillion-dollar agreement with the University of California, Xerox Corporation’s broad portfolio of office products and solutions is now available to the university’s 10 statewide campuses, five medical centers and three national laboratories. The University of California put its printing requirements out to bid in three separate Request For Proposals within the past two years: black-and-white digital copiers, printers and faxes, and office color copiers. Multiple suppliers have been awarded contracts for each product category. Xerox was the only company selected as a preferred document management supplier for all three categories.






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