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Tak Imaging powers Sagem personal photo printers
Mark Peters : March 19th 2006 - 22:04 CET
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SagemTak Imaging powers Sagem personal photo printers : TAK Imaging, a leading provider of imaging processors and solutions for the consumer digital imaging and photo printing solutions market, today announced that Sagem Communication's new Photo Easy 110 line of personal photo printers is being powered by the industry-leading TAK S1 printer controller. The SAGEM Photo Easy 110 and Photo Easy 110 Wi-Fi printers were introduced at CeBIT 2006 in Hannover, Germany last week. The TAK S1 is designed to address today's major inhibitors to a more satisfying consumer photo printing experience, as it greatly increases the speed of photo prints, improves overall ease of use and enables seamless and convenient printing directly from multiple device.
Tak Imaging powers Sagem personal photo printersSagem Photo Easy 110 printers
Sagem's Photo Easy 110 printers take full advantage of the TAK S1, promising 60 seconds for a high-quality 10x15 cm photo, automatic photo retouching without a computer and the ability to print directly from a digital camera or camera phone. "The TAK Imaging solution helped us build a full range of highly affordable thermal printers without compromising on performance, color print quality and imaging functionality, especially the option to include Wi-Fi connectivity in a printer in order to make it easier to network it with other devices throughout the home," said Gerard Wolff, Managing Director, Printing Terminal Business Unit, for Sagem Communication (Safran Group).

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"Manufacturers are increasingly realizing that we are providing them with a huge improvement in output performance for their next generation printers," said Doug Goodyear, CEO of TAK Imaging. "We are excited to include Sagem among the manufacturers that are partnering with TAK to provide consumers with new levels of quality when it comes to personal photo printing."

TAK S1 single chip controller for photo printers
The TAK S1 is a single chip controller for the next generation of photo printers and photo-enabled multi-function peripheral (MFP) devices. This system-on-a-chip (SOC) solution enables Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and Original Device Manufacturers (ODMs) to quickly design and build scalable and flexible state-of-the-art photo-printing solutions for the consumer market. It has been demonstrated to outperform currently available solutions by four to five times in direct photo printing applications.

About Sagem Communication
Sagem Communication (Safran Group) is a major player in the Mobile and Broadband Communication industries, who has acquired a strong world-wide position thanks to renewed innovation. Sagem products stand-out particularly in the following activities: mobile phones, printing terminals, residential terminals, digital TV, networks and electronic metering, etc.

About TAK Imaging
TAK Imaging is an emerging growth company that is a leading provider of imaging processors and solutions for the consumer digital imaging and photo printing solutions market. Its ready-to-customize, system solutions include semiconductors, imaging technologies, software and reference designs for OEMs providing printers to the marketplace. The company's product family is specifically designed to serve the need of OEMs requiring leading-edge technology performance, flexibility, cost efficiency and outstanding price/performance required by OEMs designing next generation digital imaging products. Headquartered in San Mateo, Calif., TAK Imaging also has offices in Mobile, Alabama, France and Japan. For additional information about TAK Imaging, please visit the TAK imaging website.

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