Canon USA introduces imagePRESS CR Server A7000.
Digital imaging and office solutions provider Canon USA Inc annoounced on Friday the introduction of a new colour server for the Canon imagePRESS C7000VP/ C6000VP/C6000 digital presses, the imagePRESS CR Server A7000.
The new server is a flexible front-end solution that leverages the expertise of the CREO Color Servers, developed by Kodak's Print On-Demand Solutions Group.
According to the company, the imagePRESS CR Server A7000 will help production print environments increase productivity by utilising colour management tools, workflow connectivity via built-in JDF capabilities and variable data printing (VDP) functionality.
As a result of the development of th new server using CREO Color Server Technology, the company's digital press customers will be able to integrate with a range of professional workflows with open connectivity using JDF standards, including KODAK PRINERGY Workflow System.
The new server also allows print service providers to manage both offset and digital workflows from a central point, helping to optimise the print process and enable intelligent automation.
The server also features strong performance in the processing of complex variable data jobs, through features such as image caching. The built-in Easy VDP File Creator software allows customers to easily gain entry-level access to the world of VDP through template-driven design, the company said.
In addition, the optional 'Process Power Pack' includes Parallel RIP which runs two jobs simultaneously and Photo Touch-up Software for the expanding photo book printing market.
The imagePRESS CR Server A7000, Powered by CREO Color Server Technology will be available in Q4 2009. No pricing details were disclosed.
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|Date:||Sep 14, 2009|
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