Océ ColorWave 600 Receives Best "Emerging" Technology Award
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Press release from the issuing companyTrumbull, CT – Océ, an international leader in digital document management, today announced that its wide format Océ ColorWave 600 printer has received the EDP award for best emerging technology. Each year, the EDP, the independent European association for the digital print industry, awards the best products within the industry. This is the seventh major industry award that the Océ ColorWave 600 printer has received since its introduction in 2008.
Fundamentally new Océ technology behind this award
One key reason for the EDP recognition is the fundamentally new technology applied in the Océ ColorWave 600 printer, the Océ CrystalPoint technology, developed in-house by Océ. It offers the best of both toner and inkjet in a single sustainable process. Customers can use it to make high quality black & white or color prints on uncoated plain or recycled paper. It is also an entirely sustainable technology. There is no toner powder, no odor and no ozone. It minimizes waste disposal, and because the technology does not require coated media, it also reduces the environmental impact of paper coatings.
"We are pleased to be recognized by EDP's authoritative analysis of wide format printing systems," said Kevin Murphy, International Marketing Director in the Wide Format Printing Systems group at Océ. "This seventh award for the Océ ColorWave 600 system highlights Océ's ability to provide hardworking, high-quality products that cover a broad spectrum of user needs."
Recognizing the best
Since its introduction in 2008, the Océ ColorWave 600 printer has received seven major awards. These are:
• EDP Best Emerging Technology
• Bertl's Best Award
• Bertl's 4 ½ Star Outstanding Rating
• Good Design Award in Japan
• iF Product Design Award in Germany
• MUST SEE 'EM Award at GRAPH EXPO in the US
• Editor's Choice Award in the UK
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