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Xeikon donates front-end upgrade for RITs Xeikon DCP 50 D

Thursday, July 31, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Itasca, Ill., July 30, 2003 - Xeikon, leading provider of production digital color printing systems, today announced that it has installed a state-of-the-art IntelliStream 3.6 front-end at RIT's School of Print Media. The IntelliStream front-end is a gift to RIT and will add significant capabilities to the DCP 50 D already installed at RIT's School of Print Media. The Xeikon digital printing system at RIT is being used for student education and research, as well as professional development and substrate testing. "We are very excited about the strong workflow features and variable data capabilities of the new IntelliStream front-end," says Barbara Pellow, Gannett Professor and Administrative Chair of the School of Print Media. "It is important that our students and researchers can work with the latest digital technology, and we thank Xeikon for their support." "We are very pleased with our renewed cooperation with RIT," says Ivan Verheye, President and CEO of Xeikon America. "The School of Print Media has done a terrific job of educating the market and the next generation of print professionals. We are happy to be able to support their efforts." IntelliStream 3.6 was introduced at On Demand 2003 and boosts higher productivity and improved workflow features. IntelliStream 3.6 features a faster Adobe CPSI 3016 RIP, direct support for PPML/VDX, and improved management for PPML defined global objects. The new easy to use Calibrator allows for real-time adjustment of calibration and dot gain curves, during printing. Finally, it is now possible to import custom ICC input and output profiles for color conversions.




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