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DIVA Enters Graphic Arts Industry

Monday, May 11, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

Renowned Manufacturer plans to establish own Brand

Huefingen/Germany, Taipeh/Taiwan - DIVA, a world wide leading manufacturer of displays for the areas medical, maritime, prepress, military, industrial, mining and broadcasting technique, plans to establish an own brand. Using the name DIVA the Taiwanese company that until today has exclusively operated as OEM manufacturer will offer a high-end product range also for the graphic arts industry.

Background Information

DIVA looks back to more than twenty years of experience in development and production of displays, doing so for numerous well-known providers and until 2013 for the German company Quatographic.

Innovation and High Quality as Incitement for an own Brand

DIVA´s new displays are technically state of the art, they offer: IPS, Wide Gamut GBr-LED Backlight, uniformity correction, 3D LUT, hardware calibration, up to 4K resolution, innovative calibration software and much more.

Due to their longtime experience in developing, producing and selling displays DIVA offers comparable services as other vendors do, including logistics and central repair, five years warranty and tight pixel failure tolerances. Furthermore they offer an excellent telephone support – particularly concerning color management.

DIVA does not only introduce a new series of display to the market, they also offer existing Quato customers something special: DIVA software will be downloadable free of charge for all Quato displays which were produced by DIVA. Therewith Quato customers will get something they were longing for: A perspective to use their displays with modern operating systems like Mac OS X 10.10 or Windows 8/10.

Also referring to warranty DIVA does not leave Quato users out in the rain. DIVA will repair Quato displays for a fair price. Displays within warranty period will be repaired free of charge. The customer is merely asked to take over logistics cost. Although DIVA feels obliged to the tradition of Quato supporting and servicing their users, DIVA is not the legal successor of Quatographic Technology GmbH.

FESPA Trade Show Highlights

DIVA will show at FESPA (Cologne, May 18th to 22nd in hall 7, booth H93) the following displays: PrecisionColorDisplay PCD2401 and PrecisionColorDisplay PCD2701. Furthermore DIVA grants an outlook on coming models with the 4K PCD2402 Pro that will follow in the second half of the year.


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