Xerox ColorQube 9200 Wins Award

2009-06-02 11:59:52

Published on 2009-06-02 11:59:52

The Xerox ColorQube 9200 has scooped an industry award.

It was bestowed with a Technological Innovation Award from Industry Analysts, thanks to the know-how behind the high-speed multifunction printer (MFP).

Industry Analysts' technical services division (IATSD) said the idea behind expanding solid ink from desktop printers to business-class MFPs was deserved of the accreditation.

Ted Needleman, senior director of IATSD, said: "Xerox has taken this proven approach and ramped it up with new print heads and a new controller that permit high-speed, high-quality colour printing."

According to Xerox, the device cuts the cost of colour printing by up to 62 per cent when compared with traditional colour lasers.

The manufacturer also said the printer can produce more than 150 million drops of ink per second.

Anne Mulcahy, chairman and chief executive officer of Xerox Corporation, alongside president Ursula Burns, recently told shareholders the firm has outlined a number of strategic steps to tackle the challenging economic environment and ensure long-term growth.

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