The firm says the Baltoro is the industry’s only entry-level cut-sheet press that provides automated intelligence and true HD image quality.
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The acquisition is said to continue HP’s focus on providing industry-leading solutions to customers and commercial printers using HP presses, HP Indigo, and HP PageWide Industrial printing systems.
TAIGER’s AI-based software is said to employ human-like logic to automatically read, understand, and extract information from documents, providing accuracy of 90 percent and above.
Blockchain technology is designed to protect documents and images and enable “unhackable” public records
“The differentiation between the two portfolios is going to stay fairly high.”
As with many office-imaging vendors, Ricoh Company of Japan is actively seeking to diversify from office-imaging and printing into new markets.
“U.S. consumers, not China, pay the price for tariffs – what more proof does the White House need?”
“Mobile users often desire the ability to do the same types of things they could do from a PC or laptop – including printing.”
Sustainable Impact programs resulted in more than $972 million dollars of new revenue for HP in 2018, a 35 percent year-over-year increase.
The award reflects Epson’s decision in about 2008 – at about the time consumers began transitioning away from home printers, due to the influence of both smartphones and the Great Recession – to move into office printing and imaging.
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Epson says the tariffs would have a “detrimental impact on U.S. consumers and businesses.”
The inkjet-printer patents were developed by Lexmark before it sold its inkjet technology and patents to Funai Electric Company of Japan for $100 million in 2013.
“We continue to maintain a cooperative relationship with Xerox.”