Eurologic Systems Welcomes AGFA Corporation To Its LINK Alliance Program
Press release from the issuing company
BOXBOROUGH, MA, April 9, 2001 - Eurologic Systems, a leading worldwide provider of network storage solutions for storage area networking (SAN), OEM solutions, and vertical market applications, today announced that AGFA Corporation, a leading worldwide manufacturer of imaging products and systems for prepress applications, has joined its LINK Alliance Program. Under the LINK Program umbrella, Eurologic and AGFA will continue their ongoing collaboration to configure and test interoperable SAN and storage solutions for prepress applications.
Eurologic's LINK Alliance Program is a comprehensive design, testing and configuration program focused on fostering close working relationships with both customers and leading manufacturers of complementary network storage-enabling technologies at all stages of the product life cycle. LINK offers a unique approach to interoperability testing by providing a program focused exclusively on applications configuration and testing. The LINK applications-focused program offers OEMs and indirect channel partners an environment in which to configure and test solutions designed for the specific requirements of applications like film and video, prepress and publishing, and telecommunications.
A Eurologic partner for over four years, AGFA works closely with Eurologic to configure applications that provide uninterrupted throughput in graphics-intensive environments. Chris LaFontaine, Manager, Systems Integration, for AGFA, said, "Our partnership with Eurologic already has been a highly beneficial one. By working with Eurologic from the concept phase through solution deployment, we have been able to quickly bring technology concepts to life that address the demanding requirements of the prepress workflow. By joining Eurologic's LINK Alliance Program, we are taking our partnership to yet another level."
In the round-the-clock printing world, uninterrupted throughput is critical to the workflow of graphics-intensive applications. In today's scenario, however, the large quantities of data required to create output frequently grabs up capacity and creates bottlenecks that allow fewer and fewer jobs to be processed. By integrating storage with AGFA's prepress production workflow technology, we are providing a solution to this issue by enabling throughput at extremely high rates of speed, ensuring the uninterrupted transfer of data.
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