Printers


  • Sharp Enters High-Production Printing Biz
    On the heels of Ricoh's announcement that it was acquiring IBM's Printer Systems Division to gain entry into the high-production printing business, Sharp Document Solutions Company of America (DSCA) says it, too, is making the move into high-volume printing.
  • Analyst Sees Dell Making Deals, Tweaking Distribution
    CS First Boston Analyst Robert Semple issued a bullish report on Dell this morning, citing expectations that the under-pressure computer maker would make acquisitions to gain intellectual property and tweak its direct-only distribution model.
  • Lexmark Turns The Partner Page
    Michael Hicks is a self-proclaimed small reseller. The proprietor of a 25-person shop, he focuses on selling peripherals to his SMB customers and doesn't have the time nor the resources to field a full-scale marketing department, nor a business-development team to produce constant leads.
  • The ROI Case For RFID
    If there's one thing that industry analysts, vendors, systems integrators and solution providers can agree on about RFID, it's that merely complying with a mandate from a retailer such as Wal-Mart likely won't result in significant ROI.
  • Zink Unveils Inkless Photo Printing
    At the Demo 07 conference, Zink Imaging introduced a new way to print color images without ink cartridges or ribbons. "Images magically appear on the Zink paper without a drop of ink," the company claims.
  • IBM Selling Printing Business To Ricoh
    IBM is getting out of the printer business for the second time in its history with a deal to sell its printing systems division to Ricoh through a joint venture.
  • Slide Show: Intel, Sun Announce Broad Partnership
    In a press conference on Monday, Intel CEO and president Paul Otellini and Sun Microsystems CEO and president Jonathan Schwartz, announced a joint agreement to use Intel chips in some of Sun's servers and for Intel to endorse Sun's Solaris operating system.
  • Slide Show: Tackling E-Waste
    During the last year, Hewlett-Packard has refurbished 600,000 desktops, notebooks, servers and printers at its asset recovery center in Andover, Mass. CRN takes a tour.
  • Review: StarTech.com Adapter Card Shines
    StarTech.com, which touts its site as the source for hard-to- find parts, offers a unique PCMCIA to PCI host controller card that works with any 32-bit PCI slot. The adapter card is ideal for switching mobile wireless WAN cards between notebooks and PCs, and works with USB 2.0, FireWire and LAN, including legacy network devices such as modems and RS232 devices. The adapter is compatible with most broadband cards, according to StarTech.com.
  • Tech Watch
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors

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