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Former HP Executive Bill McGlynn Talks About New Role at Memjet

Bill McGlynn was well-known to many of our readers during his 25 years with HP, where he helped accelerate the company’s printing business from $150 million to $24 billion in annual sales, including his role in the Indigo acquisition which led HP’s entry into the commercial printing space.  Now McGlynn is building Memjet’s Home & Office Business as its President.  Read more…

By Cary Sherburne
Published: January 11, 2011


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By James Olsen on Jan 11, 2011


I spent some time on their site.

Memjet is undoubtedly going to revolutionize ALL the print industries. Cheaper, faster, easier, high quality, it's all there. Sort of unbelievable when you look at the video comparisons.


By Bob Raus on Jan 17, 2011

In recent years the Consumer Electronics Show usually features new product announcements like the Apple iPad and iPod, RIM Blackberry, Microsoft Windows 7 and more. However, the recent attention about new printing technology from Memjet demonstrates the excitement surrounding inkjet and - despite the exponential growth of electronic correspondence – that printing remains a mainstay for business communications.

As the leader in full-page-width, high-speed, full-color, cut-sheet inkjet printing; RISO welcomes new players such as Lenovo, Kpowerscience and WeP who recently announced partnerships with Memjet. Inkjet is (still) the future of printing and while Memjet speeds are less than half of RISO's ComColor production printers and the print quality exceeds the requirements of Mid-Volume Transaction Output (MVTO) service providers, the device featured at the CES shows promise for office environments.

Inkjet is the color printing technology of the future adding value to critical communications used across all industries. Whether the technology choice is Piezo, thermal or continuous; products like ComColor, Memjet - enabled, Deskjet, Bubble Jet or others, more options provide a better opportunity for PSPs to deliver outstanding full-color prints that drive results and deliver increased value. Join the MVTO LinkedIn group of industry professionals to participate in lively MVTO debates and discussions. http://www.linkedin.com/groups?mostPopular=&gid=2480220


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