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Global Graphics to demonstrate JDF-enabled HarlequinRIP at drupa 2004

Friday, November 14, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Cambridge, UK; November 13, 2003 — Global Graphics, a subsidiary of Global Graphics SA and developer of the Harlequin RIP,will be co-exhibiting with the PrintCity strategic alliance at drupa 2004 (6th-19th May 2004) to demonstrate a JDF-enabled Harlequin RIP as part of a live and fully-integrated Job Definition Format workflow, in which multiple vendors will integrate their technologies to produce a variety of publishing, commercial and packaging jobs in a unique display. The demonstration is part of Global Graphics’ JDF development effort, the results of which will also be seen on several other exhibition stands at the show because Global Graphics is a major technology provider to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) supplying the printing and publishing industry. Around 20 Global Graphics OEMs are signed up for drupa so far. The Harlequin RIP will be fullycompliant with the latest JDF specification v1.1a and capable of automatically controlling the rendering, screening, trapping, color management, calibration and output of combined or separated files. Within the PrintCity integrated workflow demonstration specifically, the Harlequin RIP will be handling a remote proofing application where PDF files delivered by an Agfa workflow will be automatically processed and output at high speed and high quality to an inkjet proofing system.




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