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Océ Launches Innovative Portfolio for Technical Document Systems

<p>February 9, 2012, Trumbull, CT – Océ, a Canon Group Company and an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced the launch of its innovative new portfolio for technical document systems. A range of new systems is being introduced to help technical users take advantage of advances in technical document printing.</p> <p><b>Cooperation Changes the Future of Technical Document Printing</b></p> <p>This new portfolio for the technical document market confirms the commitment of Océ and Canon to this industry. While many manufacturers are reducing their investment in this area, Océ and Canon continue to invest and develop new technologies to help customers produce their large format documents faster and more cost-effectively.</p>

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Introducing the Océ PlotWave 900, the Most Productive Large Format Printer for Black & White

<p><b>Feb 08, 2012</b> Venlo, The Netherlands – Océ, a Canon Group company and an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced the launch of its new Océ PlotWave® 900 printing system, the most productive system in its class for handling high volumes of technical documents. This system is the next evolution of the award-winning Océ TDS800 Pro system with proven Océ technologies. It has the speed, reliability and flexibility to break all output records for a black &amp; white system.</p> <p>Michael Boyle, Océ International Marketing Director, Wide Format Printing Systems says, “The high volume printing market has undergone a huge consolidation in the past five years. The print providers who have survived have to produce even higher volumes to meet the market demand. They need reliable systems that can run non-stop. Our new Océ PlotWave 900 printing system gives them serious power to get the job done.”</p>

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Océ Answers Paper Dilemma with New Zero CO2 Emissions Paper

<p><b>Feb 08, 2012</b> Venlo, The Netherlands ─ Océ, a Canon Group company and an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced that it has extended its portfolio of recycled paper with a new carbon neutrally produced paper, Océ RecycledWhiteZero. Environmentally friendly through the entire chain and FSC recycled, this sustainable paper is white and smooth for wide format printing.</p> <p>CO2 neutral</p>

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Introducing the Océ ColorWave 650, Productive Large Format Printer for Black & White and Color

<p><b>Feb 08, 2012</b> Venlo, The Netherlands – Océ, a Canon Group company and an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced the launch of its new Océ ColorWave® 650 printing system. It allows technical users to print, copy and scan in black &amp; white and color – on a single device – without sacrificing productivity or quality. This system builds on the proven, award-winning Océ CrystalPoint® technology to deliver outstanding performance for technical documents.</p> <p>Michael Boyle, Océ International Marketing Director, Wide Format Printing Systems says, “Many of our customers in technical industries are looking for ways to optimize their investments. When it comes to printing systems, they are looking for greater flexibility. Our new Océ ColorWave 650 printing system, with its ability to produce both black &amp; white and color documents means our customers no longer have to purchase multiple printers to handle their printing needs.”</p>

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Océ PlotWave 350 Printing System Offers New Printing Flexibility and Speed for Technical Users

<p><b>Feb 08, 2012</b> Venlo, The Netherlands — Océ, a Canon Group company and an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced that the new Océ PlotWave® 350 monochrome printer offers new mobile printing flexibility and higher speed for technical users to print, copy and scan low volumes of technical documents. This fast and flexible large format system helps businesses save time and money on their document production.</p> <p>Erik van Eldik, Océ Vice President, Technical Document Systems says, “We developed this new system to address the practical needs of technical users who are often traveling between their office and a project site or meeting with suppliers in other locations. They are looking for more flexibility in using their multifunctional printing system. They also want to waste as little time and energy as possible. In the current economic climate, companies want to get more usage out of these systems. The Océ PlotWave 350 is designed for virtually 100% uptime.”</p>

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Darwill Installs Océ ColorStream 3500 Inkjet Printing System

<p>Trumbull, CT, February 8, 2012 – Océ, a Canon Group Company and an international leader in digital document management, today announced that print provider Darwill has installed the Océ ColorStream® 3500 Inkjet Printing System.</p> <p>The move is already paying back for the Hillside, Illinois-based print and graphic communications company. &quot;We're getting work we wouldn't have been considered for before,&quot; said Troy Van Dyke, Darwill co-owner and VP of sales and marketing. &quot;It's definitely getting us into more sophisticated, longer run jobs and campaigns.&quot;</p> <p>Founded in 1951, Darwill has made a name for itself in direct mail by continually changing, adapting and adding services to meet the evolving needs of its customers. An early adopter of digital printing technologies, the company continues to look for ways to differentiate and add value.</p>

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Océ Enhances Power of Océ PRISMA with New Capabilities

<p><b>Jan 30, 2012</b> Venlo, The Netherlands – Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced the availability of Version 4.06 of Océ PRISMAproduction® Server. With this new version, Océ continues to expand and evolve its output and workflow management and capabilities in the high performance production area in response to customer needs and market opportunities.</p> <p>High-performance output management tool for transaction and graphic arts</p> <p>Océ PRISMAproduction Server – the Océ core platform for production printing – is a high-performance output management and automation system for both transaction and graphic arts environments. This solution creates a converged platform for mid to very high volume transaction printing, and also for publishing-type document printing.</p>

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Tune2Print Software to Optimise Digital Images Enclosed in PDF Files

CaptureThis white paper explains how Océ Tune2Print works. This is a software tool to enhance the images in a PDF file automatically, without user interaction.

It enables users to deal with the often variable quality of digital images, which is the result of widespread use of digital photography and low-cost desktop scanners. It also eliminates the need for individual image correction and retouching using a software application, which is time-consuming and requires some expertise. This white paper is part of a set of white papers to explain the  Océ technologies and applications.

Enhancing digital images in print files Traditionally, images were optimised by a professional lithographer. Looking at the individual images, the lithographer determined the adjustments that had to be made to the images to give the best possible print results.

 

With the introduction of digital photography and low-cost desktop scanners, digital images can be supplied by anyone. As a result, the images that are enclosed in print files are of varying quality. Sometimes they can be very good, but often they need to be ‘retouched’ to get an acceptable print. This can be done manually, using applications like Adobe Photoshop, but it requires a lot of time and the right expertise to do so.

Océ Tune2Print allows the images in a PDF file to be enhanced automatically, without the need for user interaction.

How does Tune2Print work?
A key aspect of the Océ Tune2print software is the automatic analysis of each image with respect to a number of parameters that relate to print quality. Based on this analysis, the parameters of the enhancement algorithms are set.

This means that the image-enhancement algorithms used by the software are not applied as a batch job, with fixed settings for all images. The process of first estimating a number of imagequality parameters, and then enhancing an image based on this analysis, is comparable to the way professional lithographers work: they fine-tune the enhancement algorithms for each individual image. As a result, the enhancements will rarely have a negative effect on print quality

Océ Production Printing Customer Experience Center Opens Its Doors

<p><b>Jan 12, 2012</b> Venlo, The Netherlands – Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced that the new Océ Production Printing Customer Experience Center in Poing near Munich has opened its doors to the public – with more than 4000 m² of floor space now available – setting the stage for Océ flagships of continuous feed production color printing and workflow solutions.</p> <p>Versatile and future-proof print solutions</p> <p>The new Océ Production Printing Customer Experience Center underlines Océ’s leadership approach of a world-class digital printing and workflow solution company. Not just a simple product showroom, the Océ Production Printing Customer Experience Center emphasizes physically Océ’s commitment to put customers’ needs first.</p> <p>“This new showroom is designed to be a live performance environment for business leaders and digital printing experts, a place where our customers can experience the future of production color printing. Visitors can see their own applications running on our high-speed inkjet- and toner-based systems,” says Sebastian Landesberger, Executive Vice President, Océ Production Printing Systems. “We will also allow our worldwide guests a privileged view from behind the scenes of our R&amp;D innovation hub.”</p>

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Pinnacle Data Systems L.L.C. Combines Cost Savings and Transpromo Efficiency with Océ JetStream 1000 Full-color Inkjet Printing

<p>January 11, 2012 – Trumbull, CT – Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, today announced that with Océ JetStream® color inkjet printing, Pinnacle Data Systems L.L.C. has enhanced their full-color production efficiency and reduced reliance on preprinted color forms. Pinnacle has also increased its ability to offer clients the benefits of one-to-one marketing services. </p> <p>Pinnacle Data Systems L.L.C. provides content management and distribution services for document-intensive companies. Its customers range from insurance carriers, credit unions and financial services to utilities and telecommunications providers. Initial applications for the Océ JetStream technology at Pinnacle are brokerage and financial services statements and utility billing. </p>

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