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Xerox Debuts iGen 5 Digital Press with Scalable Architecture, Fifth Color Option

A fifth-color option is available for Xerox's iGen platform, the iGen 5. Print providers can select the iGen 5 150 press (150 ppm), iGen 5 120 press (120 ppm) or iGen 5 90 press (90 ppm), and with a new scalable architecture, upgrading from one speed to the next is simple. "We launched a digital color revolution when we introduced the iGen platform in 2002. The iGen 5 is fully customizable to meet page volume, application type and color needs—all while delivering market-leading press uptime," said Andrew Copley, president, Global Graphic Communications Operations, Xerox Technology.


The Week That Was
Allied Printing Completes Solar Installation at Manchester, Connecticut, Facility

Last week, Allied Printing Services held a ceremony to mark the completion of a solar installation at its Manchester, Connecticut, facility. The ceremony was attended by elected officials, legislators, energy and utility officials, partners and employees. The 1.4 megawatt system, which is comprised of 4,591 panels atop Allied’s 275,000-square-foot facility, will provide about 17 percent of the company's total electricity usage.

In Depth
Growth of Inkjet Summit 2015 Rises With the Inkjet Tide

Production inkjet may have been an up-and-coming technology a few years ago, but today it’s a proven, profitable market that’s bringing big success to those printers wise enough to take advantage of it. That was the message heard repeatedly at the recent Inkjet Summit 2015 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, where more than 100 printers met in April for an in-depth education about production inkjet printing.

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