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May 12, 2010 12:00 AM
Xerox Corp. has unveiled a host of productivity and finishing enhancements for its award-winning Nuvera portfolio.
"Xerox leads the worldwide high-end black-and-white market with more than 75 percent of all production class cut-sheet shipments," says Angele Boyd, IDC group vice president, imaging/output document solutions. "The company is well positioned to maintain or extend its leadership position by constantly upgrading its Nuvera family of devices."
Xerox's Nuvera portfolio, spanning from 100 to 288 images per minute (ipm), features 10 new productivity improvements and finishing options designed to streamline production and expand the scope of black-and-white printing jobs. By boosting the range of professionally finished applications that can be created - such as manuals, brochures, booklets and calendars - print providers can take on a wider range of jobs and move them quickly through production.
Among the new offerings are:
Additional features make it easier to tape bind, stack, stitch, fold, trim, cut and complete professionally finished documents. The enhancements are compatible with select Xerox Nuvera models currently installed in graphic communications and in-plant environments. The new offerings are available for order taking and installation starting on July 1. Availability and pricing may vary by geography.
Many of the new enhancements will be on display in the Xerox
stand at Ipex 2010, Hall 7.