Quebec, Canada, and Cheltenham, England - January 7, 2008: Dynagram, the leader in innovative imposition technologies, today announced an OEM distribution agreement with HighWater Designs, Ltd., a leading provider of violet metal CtP solutions for small to medium size printers, for its inpO2 imposition products. Under this agreement, HighWater will offer the inpO2 imposition product family along with its family of computer to plate (CtP) solutions.
HighWater will offer inpO2 solutions as an option to the full line of B1/8-up, B2/4-up and B3/2-up family of CtP systems including Cobra 2, Cobra 8 and Python.
"We're excited to have HighWater join our growing list of OEMs for inpO2" said Francois Guerard, CEO of Dynagram. "HighWater has a reputation for quality products, and inpO2 is a perfect complement to their CtP product line" continues Mr. Guerard.
HighWater users will select between the full-featured inpO2 Standard Edition or inpO2 ATOM, the entry-level edition. inpO2 standard edition is a high-end imposition tool that creates sophisticated impositions and imposition layouts. inpO2 ATOM is designed for small and medium sized commercial printers and provides a powerful, yet simple approach to imposition. As a plug-in to Acrobat 8.0, both editions run in a familiar environment making them easy to learn, flexible and tightly integrated in a PDF workflow.
"inpO2 imposition products further enhance the capabilities of HighWater CtP solutions," stated Jack Makowski, Managing Director of HighWater Designs. "The added flexibility of inpO2 provides our customers additional solutions to meet their production needs."
inpO2 Standard Edition and inpO2 ATOM will be available in the first quarter of 2008 directly from HighWater and through their network of dealers worldwide. All inpO2 editions are available for the Macintosh and Windows platforms and are compatible with Acrobat 8.0.
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