Category: OKI

This Week in Imaging: Mixed Financial Results; Ricoh Takes $200M Loss; HP-Samung Deal Done

The big news this week was of course HP Inc.’s completion of its acquisition of Samsung’s printer business. With the acquisition, HP promises that its new A3 portfolio will boast about 30-percent lower service costs and 40-percent lower cost for...

OKI Reports Smaller Loss, but Net Sales Down

Oki Electric Industry Company of Tokyo, Japan, reported results for the six months that ended on September 30, 2017, with net sales down 2.7 percent to 194 billion yen, and a net income loss of 52.76 billion yen, which, however,...

This Week in Imaging: A Look at New China Restrictions on HP

The good news for HP Inc. was that, last week, the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of Commerce approved HP’s pending acquisition of Samsung’s Printing Solutions business (now called S-Printing Solution Company). The bad news is that although China approved...

This Week in Imaging: Inkjet and Ink-Tanks Make Key Gains; More

As you may well know, we at Wirth Consulting “think ink” and have to make constant efforts to curb our enthusiasm about this ground-breaking technology. That said, several exciting (for us) inkjet-related news items passed across our desks this week:...

OKI Data Americas Moves Headquarters to Irving, Texas

OKI Data Americas  reported yesterday that it’s relocated its headquarters from Mount Laurel, New Jersey, to its newly opened facility in Irving, Texas. Key members of OKI Data Americas’ executive team have relocated to the new Irving headquarters as the...

This Week in Imaging: Secure Networks for Secure Printers and Copier/MFPs; Trouble at Fuji Xerox; More

Printer and copier/MFP security is in the news again this week, mainly due to the recent high-profile business-focused wannacry ransomware and petya malware security breaches. KYOCERA Document Solutions also released its SecureAudit security solution. “So what” you say? The real...