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Xanté to Demonstrate OpenRIP PDF Workflow at drupa

Friday, May 30, 2008

Press release from the issuing company

May 29, 2008 -- DÛSSELDORF (drupa 2008) -- Xanté customers will again enjoy the benefits of being among the first in line as Xanté announces planned support for Adobe PDF Print Engine 2. Adobe announced the latest version of its Adobe PDF Print Engine today. Xanté will be giving early technology demonstrations of OpenRIP PDF workflow supporting Adobe PDF Print Engine 2 at drupa. Xanté is the leading provider of state-of-the-art, high quality, Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) workflow and imaging solutions for small- to mid-sized prepress and printing organizations. The company was one of the first Adobe partners to support the initial version of the Adobe PDF Print Engine.
 
"Our customers continue to reap the benefits of the robust Adobe PDF backbone in combination with powerful Xanté OpenRIP technologies. The result is one of the most affordable, scaleable, and streamlined production workflow solutions available," says Xanté CEO, Robert Ross.
 
"Xanté will be one of the first to implement this new version of Adobe PDF Print Engine, ensuring that customers have file integrity and output consistency throughout their workflows," said Raman Nagpal, director of product management, Print Technologies at Adobe. "The integration of Adobe Print Engine 2 gives Xanté customers a true end-to-end PDF workflow on par with the industry's leading technologies."
 
OpenRIP Symphony and OpenRIP Flexo are comprehensive, turnkey PDF workflows featuring support for Adobe PDF Print Engine with JDF and Adobe PostScript 3. OpenRIP Symphony and OpenRIP Flexo drive a wide array of output devices including platesetters, imagesetters, laser printers, digital color presses, copiers, inkjet printers and plotters, all from a single, state-of-the-art RIP. This centralized control maintains file consistency from preview, to proof, to plate.

 

 

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