Creo Selects X-Rite's DTP34 as the Premier Calibration Densitometer for Its Expanded Color Offering
Press release from the issuing company
GRANDVILLE, Mich.--Sept. 29, 2003-- X-Rite, Incorporated, today announced that Creo has selected its DTP34 Densitometer as the calibration solution for the Creo Spire(TM) color server line, supplied as a part of their expanded solution offering to Xerox. The DTP34 will be used in the calibration of the Digital Front End (DFE) to assure consistent color control for Xerox. Creo is a leading supplier of professional color servers to Xerox. Each server features a simplified user interface combined with advanced workflow and extremely fast RIPing.
"This partnership represents our commitment and focus to quickly meet the needs of our customers," says Tom Dlugos, Director of Sales for X-Rite's Digital Imaging Group. "The DTP34 is a reliable, accurate calibration hardware solution and an excellent fit with the Creo color server line. X-Rite is proud of its relationships with industry leaders such as Creo and Xerox and looks forward to working together on future opportunities for the benefit of its customers."
"We approached X-Rite in April with the challenge to develop a new version of their performance proven DTP34 Quick Cal(TM), at a price point that would support our initiative to offer expanded calibration solutions for our Spire color server products," says Margalit Yekutiely, Creo Product Manager. "Their quick and effective response to our requirements in balancing both cost and performance enabled us to offer Xerox a calibration solution for their color press customers, assuring the highest color fidelity, day in and day out."
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