El Segundo, CA, January 29, 2001 Advanced Hi-Tech Corporation (AHT), the market leader in digital printing technology, announced today that OneRIP, their PC-based print server that has set the standard for front-end flexibility, can now be connected to the new Minolta Di450 and Di550 black-and-white printers. Scanning is included with OneRIPís Di450 and Di550 connectivity at no additional cost. OneRIPís scanning feature makes it possible to transform a copier into a scanner, providing the ability to scan hard copy documents for archiving or printing digitally. Variable data printing and clustering are other OneRIP features that also enhance printer power.
In addition, OneRIP integrates seamlessly into almost any network environment, prints common file types, and makes it possible to add or change printers, depending on need. AHT, based in El Segundo, California, specializes in digital printing technology. Founded in 1989, AHT is a market leader in the development and manufacture of solutions that maximize digital output capability.
Major printer manufacturers, print management companies, the Print on Demand industry, and large print customers rely on AHTís printer controllers and servers to boost throughput, quality and functionality in document production. AHTís partners include Canon, Hewlett-Packard, Konica, Lexmark, Minolta, Mita, OcÈ, Pitney Bowes, and Xerox.
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