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New Software Platform and Accessories Presented for Canon imageRUNNER 110

Thursday, March 01, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

February 28, 2001 - Canon U.S.A., Inc., a subsidiary of Japan-based Canon Inc. (NYSE:CAJ) and market leader in imaging solutions, today announced the availability of a new software platform and accessories that will significantly enhance digital printing productivity and workflow using the Canon imageRUNNER 110. The imageRUNNER 110 meets the high-speed needs of on-demand printing and duplicating with fast output at 110 pages-per-minute and an open architecture that easily integrates into existing customer networks. The new portfolio of options includes new functions that improve efficiency and versatility in addressing a wide array of document applications. ImageSmart Production Software, version 4.17, which expands imageRUNNER 110 functionality and use within the marketplace. Post-Process Document Inserter, a new imageRUNNER 110 accessory offering a 4,000 sheet paper capacity and the ability to insert easily both pre-printed color and image-rich documents into black-and-white documents, without slowing workflow. Canon imageSCANNER 65 Production Scanner, supporting both Simplex and Duplex scanning while delivering true 600 x 600 dots-per-inch resolution at its full speed of 65 pages-per-minute (Simplex mode). Canon Perfect Binder, manufactured by C.P. Bourg, which allows on-demand bookbinding and printing of up to 250 books-per-hour. The Perfect Binder handles a variety of cover types, including single-sided, glossy-coated, cutout or transparent media, and also provides milling, scoring, and paper waste collection capabilities. "The new enhancements for the imageRUNNER 110 clearly demonstrate Canon's intention to continue its success and marketplace presence in Print On Demand," said Dennis Amorosano, director of Canon U.S.A. Copier and Networked Office Systems Division. "Focusing on value-driven solutions that allow our customers greater flexibility to create and generate complex documents with ease, on demand, has been a major component of our success."

 

 

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