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Harlequin and Jaws Target Wide Range of Workflow Applications and Markets

Wednesday, April 11, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Seybold Seminars Boston, April 10, 2001 - Harlequin, a subsidiary of Global Graphics(R) (Nasdaq Europe: GLGR), is using Seybold Seminars Boston as a forum to display existing products and previews of products and technologies in its expanded RipFlow(TM) product line in the Harlequin booth (#3617). The demonstrations illustrate the range of RipFlow products available, and show how Harlequin(R) and Jaws(TM) software can be combined to produce custom solutions for OEMs serving the traditional graphic arts and quick-printing markets, as well as markets as diverse as corporate document management and the e-book industry. The demonstrations include: The first example of embedded controller technology developed through Harlequin's strategic alliance with Motorola's Computer Group A concept demonstration featuring a preview of Jaws Digital Courier(TM), a web-based PDF job submission technology integrated with Harlequin's ScriptWork(R) Enterprise Edition RIP The latest version of Jaws PDF creation software - Jaws PDF Creator(TM) 2.0 Software solutions for in-RIP color management, trapping and PDF 1.4 handling The next version of MaxWorkFlow(TM), Harlequin's powerful drag and drop configurable workflow system. Harlequin is unveiling the first demonstration of technology developed through its strategic alliance with Motorola's (NYSE:MOT) Computer Group, the world's leading supplier of embedded computing platforms for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The goal of the strategic alliance, which was announced in late February at the On Demand Printing and Publishing Expo, is to provide high-end embedded raster image processing (RIP) solutions for driving mid-range to high-end multi-function peripherals, copiers, and printers, large format printers, digital printing systems, and digital servers. The demonstration validates a primary goal of the strategic alliance between Harlequin and Motorola by showing that Harlequin's Jaws(TM) RIP technology can be embedded quickly and easily on a Motorola PC board to offer speed and capability in driving an output device.

 

 

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