HP Metal Jet is being deployed by manufacturing leaders GKN Powder Metallurgy and Parmatech for the factory production of final parts
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The fax security vulnerability was identified by researchers at Check Point Software Technologies earlier this month.
HP for its part, has hedged its bets with toner and ink, offering both HP LaserJet and Samsung toner-based copiers, and PageWide inkjet copiers.
HP extended its lead in the large-format digital printer market with nearly 35 percent of worldwide shipments in second-quarter 2018.
Last week, HP Inc. reported its third-quarter results, and HP Inc. executives also held an earnings-call conference, during which HP announced the retirement of a key executive, and also discussed HP’s A3 and MPS performance and strategy.
After performing this test protocol, researchers found that, with intermittent use, many inkjet models delivered half or less of their ink to print pages.
HP stated that its Printer group generated strong year-over-year revenue growth in hardware and supplies, particularly in these strategic areas: A3 copier/MFPs, graphic-arts printers, managed print services (MPS), and the HP Instant Ink program.
A Ricoh spokesperson stated that 97-percent of Ricoh copier/MFPs are not vulnerable to the fax hack, and that Ricoh is investigating the remaining three percent.
Epson enjoyed the largest year-over-year shipment growth, increasing 5.1 percent to more than 4.1 million units shipped.
In the copier segment, Canon maintained its leadership with 37.7 percent unit market share.
Samsung first introduced its MultiXpress series, which was industry’s first printer to run on the Android operating system, in 2014.
“This will really hurt industry giants like Hewlett-Packard in the United States and other U.S. printer OEMs wanting a piece of the growing China market,”
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According to HP, it’s the first company to invest in a dedicated bug-bounty program for printing devices, offering customers protection from attacks that target both businesses and employees.