Berkeley, CA (June 4, 2003) -- Following Creo's decision to discontinue Color Central, Xinet, Inc. is encouraging Color Central users to take advantage of Xinet's Competitive Trade-In policy that gives $1,500 credit toward the price of Xinet's FullPress on all supported platforms. Creo announced last week that it has shifted technical support of the OPI solution to WAVE Corporation.
In addition to robust client-server file sharing, FullPress offers support for over 20 input formats including PDF and TIFF/IT; an OPI engine that is the industry standard; powerful print spooling and output scaling, and output generation of PostScript, PDF, PDF/X-1a, and TIFF/IT P1.
More info at www.xinet.com
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