When I was first contacted by the folks representing Memjet to see if I had any interest in taking a look at one of their new Memjet C6010 printers I had no idea who Memjet is. After a couple of weeks using the printer I sure know who they are now!
Memjet, the global leader in color printing technologies that provide remarkable speeds and affordability, today announced the availability of Memjet-powered C6010 office color printers in Canada through its select network of office print resellers.
Memjet recently announced its membership in the MPSA and a distribution partnership with Parts Now. Find out more about the company’s move into this market, what it means for Memjet, and also what it means for the overall managed print services business.
San Diego-based Memjet this week announced a move into managed print services for small to medium size businesses, alongside its continued push in the wide-format and labelling space.
After a series of partner announcements and product launches at drupa, Memjet announced a new strategy in the office printing market this week. A print-as-a-service model based on the Lomond EvoJet 2 will offer productivity and cost advantages to the office market, according to Memjet, matching 'the increasing pace of work life', according to Len Lauer, chairman and CEO.
Memjet-powered office printers are now available for fast paced UK businesses
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Memjet has developed a rapid fire inkjet printing technology which the company says will take printing to new levels of productivity.
Memjet is lifting the veil of secrecy around its groundbreaking technology, with the company revealing the game plan for its immediate future, including faster drivers, different inks and a new mechanical printhead in development that will compete with Piezo printers.
The man who oversaw Silverbrook Research’s massive print patent portfolio around the world has been handed joint responsibility for the portfolio by its new owner, the US-based Memjet company.
Ben Miller is appointed as chief patent counsel of colour printing technologies company.
Architect of Qualcomm’s Intellectual Property Strategies, Ben Miller, Joins Revolutionary Technology Provider in New Position to Manage Memjet’s 5,000 Patents Worldwide.
Memjet went into Drupa earlier this month with a handful of mid-size print equipment partners, including Delphax for its waterfall inkjet technology. But it was also facing scepticism on whether its single pass digital solution was economically feasible on a large scale.
It came out of the two-week exhibition firmly in the commercial printing mainstream, thanks to partnership agreements with Fuji/Xerox and Canon/Océ.
Memjet unveiled two partnerships at Drupa this month with the potential to accelerate the mainstream adoption of its high-speed, single-pass inkjet technology.
The manufacturer’s Waterfall printheads, which are capable of printing 14 A1 pages a minute at 1,600dpi, powered devices from both Canon/Océ and Fuji Xerox at the show.
Fresh from the resolution of the $600m lawsuit between its major investor and Kia Silverbrook’s research arm, Memjet is now signing up partners for its superfast inkjet technology.
So far Canon/Océ, Fuji Xerox and Xante have all signed on for the radical new print technology in wide format application, with Toshiba among those using it for desktop production printing and others signing up for label printing applications. Major brands including Lenovo and LG have also signed up.
Memjet is working on a new technology inkjet head that it calls ‘pure MEMS’, or a mechanical head. This is at least two or three years away from reaching the market, according to Jeff Bean, Memjet’s vice president of brand & communications.
Yesterday at drupa Memjet announced a partnership with Toshiba Tech Corporation to develop office multifunction peripherals (MFPs) with Memjet technology. The devices will have a scanner, photocopier, and printer that can print up to 60 color pages per minute. The powerful machines will incorporate Memjet’s page-wide printhead, which allows printers to deliver more than 700 million drops of ink per second on a page.
The San Diego-based inkjet manufacturer is to develop a high-speed, wide-format color printer through a new joint venture with Canon subsidiary, Oce. The initiative, Project Velocity, will deliver technology that can print up to 500 AO color prints per hour - around 15 times faster than the conventional inkjet - on a 1,060mm print path at 1,600 x 800dpi.
Memjet, the global leader in color printing technologies that provide remarkable speeds and affordability, is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at drupa 2012. This will be Memjet’s premier appearance at drupa, the largest worldwide print trade show.
San Diego-based inkjet manufacturer Memjet is targeting Drupa to showcase the versatility of its core waterfall printheads, which can jet more than 700m drops of ink a second, across a broad range of OEM partners and applications.
Until now, each article in this series has focused on a specific printer manufacturer’s technology and offerings. While many of them share integral component partners, or even the same equipment manufacturer as in the case of Ricoh InfoPrint and Screen, the Memjet OEM relationship is a bit different.
When we get to Drupa in May, many of the most exciting new presses and technologies will be inkjet-based. Memjet is one of the companies well positioned to generate a lot of buzz with their blazingly fast print heads. Jeff Bean is Vice President of Brand & Communications at Memjet, recently gave me an overview of what the company is preparing for Drupa.
Super fast inkjet from Australian inventor is set to change the course of printing history at this drupa. Andy McCourt tracks the rise and rise of Kia Silverbrook’s amazing MEMS.
Last month at GraphExpo, Frank Romano stopped by the Xante booth and was blown away by a machine that he thinks will change the industry.Watch video >>
It's only a prototype, but the Widestar 2000 is showing a clean pair of heels to other wide format inkjet printers.
Wandering around Labelexpo last week, I came across a wide format printer -- the Memjet powered WideStar 2000 developed by Hungarian company OWN-X.
Xanté has teamed with Memjet to unveil its first wide-format press, the 42in wide Excelagraphix 4200 colour inkjet printer, which is also the first 42in device based on Memjet technology, at Graph Expo in Chicago.
LG Electronics on Tuesday became the latest and biggest company to embrace a new technology for making office printers -- a kind of inkjet on steroids developed by a small U.S. firm called Memjet. With the product, LG is re-entering With the product, LG is re-entering with its own brand a business that it left around 1998 because it couldn’t gain share in crowded market. LG has been a contract manufacturer of printers for Hewlett-Packard Co. and Lexmark International Inc. in recent years but has stayed away from a branded line of its own.
LG Electronics said on Tuesday it would roll out the world’s fastest A4 color desktop printer, able to print up to 60 pages per minute, this month.
In a press conference held in downtown Seoul, the global electronics giant said it joined hands with global player Memjet to release the product “Machjet LPP6010N” in the local market.
LG hat einen Drucker vorgestellt, der dank ausgefuchster Technik der Firma Memjet der schnellste A4-Farbdrucker auf dem Markt sein soll, wenn er nächste Woche zum ungenannten Preis zu haben sein wird.
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The Memjet Office Printer lives up to its promise of high speed, at 60 pages per minute for text files and the fastest speed of any color printer we've tested.
Memjet, the super high-speed inkjet printer design company, announced a manufacturing partnership with Lomond for the Russian and Eastern European markets at the Consumer Electronics and Photo Expo in Moscow on Thursday.
Len Lauer is president and CEO of Memjet, an upstart supplier of color printing technology with the promise to increase the speed and reduce the cost of printing. Len is the latest high-profile industry leader to respond to five pressing questions facing business and the economy.
While the humble printer may not have the immediate appeal of cutting-edge mobile communications, telecoms veteran Len Lauer says moving to head up a printer company was an easy decision to make
MEDION zeigt auf der CeBIT im Fachhandelsbereich Planet Reseller einen neuartigen, vom australischen Unternehmen Memjet entwickelten Drucker. Er soll ab Mitte des Jahres für rund 600 Euro erhältlich sein. Derzeit prüft Medion mit dem Distributor Tech Data die Möglichkeiten, das Produkt über den Fachhandel zu verkaufen.
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Ab Spätsommer 2011 sollen 60 ppm schnelle Tintendrucker von Medion auf dem Markt kommen. Der Clou: Der Druckkopf ist so breit wie eine A4-Seite und braucht sich nicht mehr hin und her zu bewegen.
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In a San Diego research building, Len Lauer examines a strip of colorful package labels printed at a blazing rate of one foot per second using a benchtop printer.
He’s looking at color quality, and the labels pass the eye test. But Lauer, chief executive of local startup Memjet, knows his company must pass much bigger tests as it brings its inkjet printing technology to market after 15 years of development.
Memjet, developer of an inkjet printing technology that uses very wide print heads to increase printing speed while remaining cost-effective, will launch its color on-demand printing technology for the labels and packaging markets at Pack Expo International 2010 (October 31-November 3, booth 3866). The company will demonstrate other printing systems as well.
The 6Sight Conference is in San Jose, CA., in the heart of Silicon Valley at the historic Sainte Claire Hotel from November 15-17, 2010. Memjet Photo Retail is among the invited companies to present the latest on photo imaging and print technology, as well as speak about future industry trends.
When I got a chance to sit down with Memjet CEO Len Lauer a few weeks ago, I was full of anticipation--because, for me, Memjet is a study in contradictions. Memjet, as I reported in March, has been developing a host of radically innovative inkjet printing technologies for a worldwide market that was established decades ago, and has been dominated by global giants like Hewlett-Packard, Canon, and Epson.
AMS Will be launching the new AMS M1 Colour Page Printer at IPEX May 2010. Stand D861 Hall 18. The AMS M1 Printer incorporates new Memjet Inkjet Technology.
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SAN DIEGO, CA — Memjet, the printer technology company, today named Mark W. Legg as the company’s chief financial officer. Legg will report directly to Len Lauer, Memjet’s president and CEO.
One of the most surprising personnel moves announced in San Diego so far this year came in early January, when former Qualcomm COO Len Lauer was named to head Memjet a startup the Wall Street Journal described as “a closely held company most people have never heard of.”
The day after he started in his new position as chief executive officer of Memjet, Len Lauer participated in an interview with the Observer and discussed his decision to join Memjet and his plans for the company. Joining him on the call were Bill McGlynn, CEO of Memjet Home and Office, and Carolyn Ticknor, Chairman of Memjet Home and Office.
Memjet® breakthrough printing technology poised to head into next phase of commercialization and growth
“This is clearly an opportune time to join Memjet,” said Lauer. “The company is on the threshold of commercializing its first generation of breakthrough printing components with a strong technology roadmap and funding to drive its future. I join an experienced leadership team and a company building robust business partnerships. I’m excited to lead Memjet into a new phase of commercialization and growth.”