Print Service Providers Worldwide Accelerate Growth with the HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Press release from the issuing company
New solutions, product enhancements introduced at China Print 2013
BEIJING - HP today announced continued market acceptance of the B2-format HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press, which is helping print service providers (PSPs) worldwide grow their businesses through increased efficiency and a wider range of digital print applications.
Installations of the HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press are now complete in 11 countries. Examples of customers that have recently adopted the HP Indigo 10000 Digital Press include:
Momentum of the entire HP Digital Press Portfolio continues, with more than 6,000 HP Indigo Presses and 100 HP Inkjet Web Presses installed worldwide as of the end of January.
Since the introduction of the HP Inkjet Web Press in 2009, many customers have adopted multiple presses to drive their business transformation. This includes O’Neil Data Systems, which has seven presses, CPIwith six HP Inkjet Web Presses, and Communisis and Courier, which have four HP Inkjet Web Presses each.
Widespread adoption of these solutions, including explosive growth in the Asia Pacific and Japan region (APJ), has driven the analog to digital transformation in the graphics industry and contributed to the strong growth of high-value digital pages.
HP also announced a series of new solutions and product upgrades for its digital press portfolio, enabling PSPs to expand capabilities and help increase profitability.
“PSPs are facing immense pressure to expand their services and add new capabilities to remain competitive in the marketplace,” said Stephen Nigro, senior vice president, Graphics Solutions Business, HP. “HP’s expanded graphics portfolio, introduced one year ago at drupa 2012, is fueling the industry transformation from analog to digital printing by helping our customers expand their range of applications, go after high-value pages and grow their businesses.”
HP made these announcements in conjunction with China Print 2013, where HP is the largest digital printing exhibitor.
Capturing new applications with HP Indigo Digital Presses
To help customers protect their investments and produce a broader range of high-value applications, HP is introducing new features for its best-selling HP Indigo Digital Presses.
The company demonstrated a new red-fluorescing invisible ink for the HP Indigo 7000, 7500 and 7600 Digital Presses. Currently available on the HP Indigo 5600 Digital Press, HP Indigo ElectroInk UV Red is valuable for tracking and anticounterfeiting features. It is expected to be available worldwide in September.
HP also is demonstrating 600-micron (24mil) one-shot printing for the HP Indigo 5600 Digital Press, which enables PSPs to produce high-margin synthetic applications such as mono-core cards and signs. This capability is expected to be available worldwide in October.
Both features build on the capabilities HP introduced last year for the industry-leading HP Indigo 5X00 and 7X00 series Digital Presses to offer PSPs greater application versatility, increased productivity and improved automation.
HP also introduced Enhanced Productivity Mode (EPM) for the HP Indigo 3550 Digital Press. EPM, which was introduced on all other HP Indigo Digital Presses last year, gives customers a competitive edge by reducing turnaround times and production costs. With EPM, color jobs use only three inks instead of four, without compromising print quality. This capability is expected to be available worldwide in June 2013.
Also at China Print, HP will feature the HP Indigo W7250 and WS6600 Digital Presses, as well as its wide range of workflow solutions, including HP SmartStream Production Center, designed to help PSPs increase productivity and efficiency of their HP Indigo digital presses.
New solutions for HP Inkjet Web Presses
HP is developing new solutions designed to help PSPs maximize their return on investment in production inkjet equipment. New workflow and color management solutions include:
HP SmartStream Composer and HP SmartStream Web Press Color Studio are available worldwide.
Additional information about the HP Graphics Solutions Business is available at www.hp.com/go/GSB, on the HP Graphic Arts YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/hpgraphicarts and through the HP Graphic Arts Twitter Feed at www.twitter.com/hpgraphicarts.
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