COLORBUS Cyclone Print Server to Support Canon Large Format Printers
Press release from the issuing company
LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y. & ANAHEIM, Calif,--Aug. 5, 2003-- Canon U.S.A., Inc., a subsidiary of Canon Inc. and COLORBUS, a Color Print Solutions Company, announced today COLORBUS Cyclone print server support for Canon's large format printers, including the imagePROGRAF W2200, W7200, and W7250 models.
"We are pleased to be driving Canon's excellent line of large format printers for color critical applications. Canon's image quality and speed coupled with our color consistency and raster processing speed brings a unique combination for graphic artists, ad agencies, printers or in plant shops to achieve high quality large format prints," said Hans Kintsch, President of Color Print Solutions.
COLORBUS has developed interfaces to drive the Canon imagePROGRAF W2200, W7200, W7250 printers utilizing the COLORBUS Cyclone print server for proofing and short run printing application. The COLORBUS Cyclone print server is one of the leading industry RIPs capable of driving multiple machines at the same time without any significant performance loss.
"Canon is very pleased to announce with COLORBUS, Cyclone print server support for our line of wide format printers," said Amit Bagchi, director of Marketing for Canon U.S.A. Printer Division. "COLORBUS brings unique capability to the table by allowing customers the ability to drive multiple Canon large format printers and the color matching between them. This adds a whole new dimension to our capabilities."
Sophisticated technology on the COLORBUS Cyclone print server ensures workflow and job management is done with ease. With an easy to use graphic user interface, printing environments will find controlling color print consistency easy, whatever the application, and with minimum media waste.
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