March 11, 2004 -- Fusion Systems International, a leading independent developer of Unix based Raster Image Processors and workflow solutions, is pleased to announce that it is now shipping Linux versions of the Fusion RIP. Both the high resolution Fusion Linux RIP for image setters, plate setters and digital presses, and the ColorRay Linux RIP for wide format proofers and color printers, are now available.
Fusion Systems International has been providing scalable Unix RIP solutions since 1997, specializing in RIP solutions for SGI IRIX, Sun Solaris and Apple OS X. The addition of a Fusion Linux RIP extends their powerful line of raster management solutions to all of the most popular Unix operating environments. The Fusion Linux RIP, built on Harlequin Eclipse technology, accepts Postscript, DCS2, EPS, PDF, PDF/X, TIFF and TIFF/IT file formats.
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