Ricoh Introduces Ready to Use Networking Facsimile Series
Press release from the issuing company
WEST CALDWELL, N.J., March 12, 2001 - Ricoh Corporation, the Dependable Digital™ output company, today introduced a new series of laser facsimiles with Internet faxing capabilities. Among the most versatile series in the industry, the RICOH FAX3900L and FAX3900NF position Ricoh as the leader in the expanding Internet facsimile market.
The introduction of the FAX3900 series is a continuation of Ricoh's commitment to meeting the facsimile needs from the home office to the high volume workgroup. With the most sophisticated features available, these models provide users with the unsurpassed dependability built into all of Ricoh's digital imaging products.
"The FAX3900 series will provide facsimile solutions with versatility and simplicity to our consumers," said Kirk Yoshida, President of Ricoh Corporation. "With the advanced Internet faxing feature, Ricoh is once again on the cutting edge of office automation solutions for workgroups and executive offices in the home, that improves workflow and significantly reduces costs."
The RICOH FAX3900L is a productive and powerful standalone facsimile offering additional features at the same price as its predecessor, the RICOH FAX2900L. The auto setup feature allows for out-of-the-box use to automatically run as soon as power is turned on enabling faxes to be sent and received in as little as 15 minutes. The RICOH FAX3900NF (Network Fax) provides all of the same features of the RICOH FAX3900L with the addition of Internet and LAN faxing, as well as printing capabilities and paper capacity.
"Whether sending documents across the company, across town, or around the world, Internet and Network Faxing allows users to send documents through their existing Internet connection at no cost and little effort," said Jim Ivy, President, Office Products Group, Ricoh Corporation. "This feature, with minimal set up time, is a perfect combination for the small office with remote users or for executives who work out of their home."
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