EFI Fiery Controller Powers Toshiba High Speed e-STUDIO Products
Press release from the issuing company
FOSTER CITY, Calif.- -Aug. 14, 2001--Electronics for Imaging, Inc., the world leader in enabling networked printing solutions, announced that EFI's Fiery® X3e technology will power Toshiba's new GA1110 embedded printer controller. This new controller will be used in Toshiba's new e-STUDIO(TM) 55/65/80 Large Workgroup products and will bring unprecedented print speed and seamless network integration to the new line of black and white multi-function printers/copiers.
"EFI's flexible Fiery X3e architecture is right in-line with what Toshiba wanted to offer its customers,'' said Mark Mathews, Vice President Marketing, Toshiba Electronic Imaging Division. "The innovative e-STUDIO digital copiers with Fiery technology have scalable features and amazing versatility, which enable them to adapt with the changing needs of busy office environments.''
The Fiery X3e architecture, on which Toshiba's GA1110 embedded controller is based, produces high quality B&W printing at speeds up to 80 pages per minute. This Fiery-based controller offers flexible network management and includes workflow utilities for enhanced jobcontrol.
"We are pleased that Toshiba has selected EFI's Fiery technology to be an integral part of its e-STUDIO line of copiers,'' said Frank Mallozzi, VP of Worldwide Sales, EFI. "These large workgroup printers/copiers offer the corporate marketplace powerful, upgradeable and reliable products.''
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