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HP Introduces World's First 42-inch High-speed Digital Color Press 2011.03.19

Los Angeles, USA - March 16, 2011 - HP today introduced the graphic arts industry's largest, most productive commercial digital color press, bringing the concept of mass customization to printing by combining the personalization features of digital printing with the efficiencies of high-volume production. HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press's fully personalized, 5,200-ppm capabilities open new ground for books and documents.

HP unveiled the press at the offices of O’Neil Data Systems, a Los Angeles-based data-driven marketing communication firm that now uses all four systems in the HP inkjet web press portfolio – the HP T200, T300, T350 and the new T400.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 

Los Angeles, USA - March 16, 2011

HP today introduced the graphic arts industry’s largest, most productive commercial digital color press, bringing the concept of mass customization to printing by combining the personalization features of digital printing with the efficiencies of high-volume production.

HP unveiled the press at the offices of O’Neil Data Systems, a Los Angeles-based data-driven marketing communication firm that now uses all four systems in the HP inkjet web press portfolio – the HP T200, T300, T350 and the new T400.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.

HP unveiled the press at the offices of O’Neil Data Systems, a Los Angeles-based data-driven marketing communication firm that now uses all four systems in the HP inkjet web press portfolio – the HP T200, T300, T350 and the new T400.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
HP unveiled the press at the offices of O’Neil Data Systems, a Los Angeles-based data-driven marketing communication firm
that now uses all four systems in the HP inkjet web press portfolio – the HP T200, T300, T350 and the new T400.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
HP
also introduced several additional solutions, including an HP magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) system and third-party coated media, as well as workflow and finishing solutions from members of the HP Graphic Solutions Partner program.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
HP
additionally is offering customers an option to upgrade HP T300 presses to the faster T350 platform.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
“With more than 25 installations worldwide, our inkjet web press systems are changing the business dynamics of applications such as publishing, transpromo and direct mail,” said Christopher Morgan, senior vice president, Graphics Solutions Business, HP.
“With the significant throughput capacity the new HP T400 offers, customers can now break into a world of true mass personalization and customization and take advantage of substantial new growth opportunities.”


High-quality imaging with new inks and printheads


The HP T400 offers high-quality imaging by reproducing sharp text and images, as well as uniform area fills.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
New HP A50 process-color inks
work with new HP A10 printheads, which use HP Scalable Printing Technology in a compact, 1,200-nozzles-per-inch printhead design.
New, advanced web tension controls and dryer systems provide reliable, fast and consistent productivity.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
Users of standard-size (20.5-inch) digital web press finishing equipment can produce two jobs simultaneously on the HP T400, using an optional slitter at the end of the press to convert the roll into side-by-side webs.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
Scalable job impositioning tools for high-level prepress efficiency from Ultimate Technographics – a member of the HP Graphics Solutions Partner program – allow operators to impose separate variable-data jobs side by side on the web.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
Other HP Graphics Solutions Partners, including finishing and paper transport system suppliers EMT, Magnum Digital Solutions, MBO and Muller Martini, are presenting solutions they offer to support the HP T400 platform.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
Additional industry suppliers, including CMC, Compart, GMC Software Technology, Hunkeler, Lasermax Roll Systems, Tecnau, Videk and WEKO, also are showcasing solutions for use with HP Inkjet Web Presses.

With its unmatched width and its 600-foot/minute (183-meter/minute) speed, the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press prints up to 5,200 full-color, letter-size pages per minute – 44 percent more than the closest solution from competing vendors.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
Pitney Bowes
is highlighting high-volume transactional / transpromotional uses for a new HP Inkjet Web Press technology.

HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press’s fully personalized, 5,200-ppm capabilities open new ground for books and documents.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
The HP T400
will become part of a new IntelliJet 42 solution for transactional / transpromotional markets, extending the range of IntelliJet size and speed configurations.

HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press’s fully personalized, 5,200-ppm capabilities open new ground for books and documents.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
“Pitney Bowes is delighted to be collaborating with HP to introduce this new solution to high-volume transactional mailers,” said Ramesh Ratan, president, Document Messaging Technologies, Pitney Bowes.
“This is another example of how we are working together to create solutions that can help our customers deliver increased efficiency and productivity to generate more powerful and valuable customer communications.”

HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press’s fully personalized, 5,200-ppm capabilities open new ground for books and documents.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
Scheduled to be available later this year, the HP T400 is part of a broader production printing portfolio that includes HP Indigo liquid electrophotographic imaging presses.

HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press’s fully personalized, 5,200-ppm capabilities open new ground for books and documents.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
With a global install base in excess of 5,000 presses, HP Indigo is a market leader in high-value, offset- and photo-quality digital printing.

Since introducing the first HP Inkjet Web Press in 2008, HP has continued to gain momentum in publishing, direct mail and transactional and transpromotional markets, with more than 1.46 billion pages produced on HP Inkjet Web Presses in 2010.

HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press’s fully personalized, 5,200-ppm capabilities open new ground for books and documents.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
HP
is presently installing its first HP inkjet web press in Asia at book exporter CTPS’ plant in Dongguan, China.

Jim Hamilton, Group Director at InfoTrends, speaks on his trip to O'Neil Data Systems and the introduction of the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press. At O'Neil's production facilities, Jim saw the new HP T400, alongside other members of the HP Inkjet Web Press family: the HP T200 and HP T350. He describes his impressions of the device and the importance of inkjet technology for the future of the graphic arts industry.
Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
“HP’s T400 is a powerful addition to the Inkjet Web Press family and extends it into unheard of ranges of digital print productivity,” said Jim Hamilton, group director of industry analyst firm InfoTrends.
“These are revolutionary devices that compel marketers and content providers to re-imagine what can be accomplished with production digital print.”


World premiere at O’Neil Data Systems


O’Neil Data Systems is home to the first HP T400 press installation, making it the only customer facility to have all four HP Inkjet Web Press models.

The company also uses HP Indigo Digital Presses to produce a variety of high-end jobs, including covers for Inkjet Web Press-printed publications.

HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press - Technical specifications.
Courtesy of HP
 
O’Neil Data Systems
also uses HP Exstream customer communications management software to compose complex, variable-data document streams at full press speeds.

The company is using HP Exstream and the HP T400 press to produce MarketSmith, a personalized financial research publication delivered weekly.

Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
”The HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press truly is converging on offset speeds while providing the benefits of a digital printing environment,” said James Lucanish, president, O’Neil Data Systems.

Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
As with all HP Inkjet Web Press models, the HP T400 prints on virtually any standard uncoated or newsprint paper, as well as on a range of coated papers.

HP announced the immediate availability of new 115 and 130 gsm Jaz coated papers from Sappi for use with HP Inkjet Web Presses.

Courtesy of HP Graphic Arts / YouTube
 
The papers are now available in Europe and the Asia Pacific region, with additional weights scheduled to be available there soon.


Launch of MICR printing solution for HP Inkjet Web Presses


MICR, a technology commonly used in checkbook printing, will soon be available for use in a wider variety of applications with the new MICR HP Inkjet Web Press solution.

Available for order now with new HP T300 and T350 purchases, and scheduled to be available with T200 and T400 models sold later this year, the solution consists of new black MICR ink with a print bar that inserts into expansion slots on all HP Inkjet Web presses.

The HP Inkjet Web Press MICR solution enables direct and transactional mail printers to use only one pass to produce balance transfer check mailers, rebate check mailers and other popular direct mail products.

This method avoids the significant document security and inventory storage demands with existing workflows, which require valuable MICR documents to be preprinted and then locked away, with additional finishing, inserting or full-color printing steps completed in subsequent steps just prior to mailing.

More information about HP Inkjet Web Presses is available at www.hp.com/go/gsb  and at the HP Graphic Arts Twitter feed.

Twitter users also can participate in an ongoing conversation about news from this week’s event by following and using the #inkjetpress hashtag.

HP’s graphic arts YouTube channel

www.youtube.com/hpgraphicarts  

has a video of the HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press.

The site also will feature videos from this week’s event at O’Neil Data Systems.


About HP


HP creates new possibilities for technology to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, governments and society.

 
 
The world’s largest technology company, HP
brings together a portfolio that spans printing, personal computing, software, services and IT infrastructure at the convergence of the cloud and connectivity, creating seamless, secure, context-aware experiences for a connected world.

More information about HP (NYSE: HPQ) is available at

http://www.hp.com/  


Source: HP

http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press/2011/110316xa.html?mtxs=rss-corp-news  




Léo Apotheker

President and Chief Executive Officer of HP

Léo Apotheker
Photo: HP
 
Léo Apotheker has served as president and chief executive officer of HP and as a member of the HP board of directors since November 1, 2010.

As CEO of the world's largest information technology company, Apotheker is helping lead HP into a new phase of growth by focusing on innovation, employee engagement and operational efficiency.

Prior to joining HP, Apotheker served as CEO of SAP and as a member of SAP's executive board from 2002 until 2010.

He began his career at SAP in 1988 and, over the next 20 years, was integral in helping build the company into one of the world's leading providers of enterprise software.
During this time, Apotheker gained a reputation as an outstanding manager of customer relationships, an acute business strategist and a technological thought leader.

Prior to being CEO, Apotheker served as: co-CEO, deputy CEO, president of SAP EMEA, CEO of the South-West Europe region, CEO and founder of SAP France and SAP Belgium, president of Global Customer Solutions and Operations and head of North American operations.

Apotheker was the founding president and chief operating officer of ECsoft BV, one of the largest European venture capital start-ups, from 1992 to 1994.

He also has held leadership and management positions at ABP Partners, McCormack & Dodge Europe, S.W.I.F.T. and Altex GmbH.

Apotheker was born in Aachen, Germany and graduated with a B.A. in economics and international relations from Hebrew University, Jerusalem.

He is fluent in English, Dutch, French, German and Hebrew and was awarded the French Légion d'honneur in 2007.

He currently serves as vice chairman of the supervisory board of Schneider Electric SA and is a member of the board of PlaNet Finance, a nonprofit organization.


Source: HP

http://www8.hp.com/us/en/company-information/executive-team/leo-apotheker.html  



Video
InfoTrends' Jim Hamilton on the NEW HP T400

http://www.youtube.com/hpgraphicarts#p/u/1/w4VAZJ2Qvmo  


Video
Transforming the Print Industry with High Speed Inkjet Technology

http://www.youtube.com/hpgraphicarts#p/u/3/9a6eP7nURck  


Video
Publishing with High-speed Inkjet - Toby Cobrin, INTERQUEST

http://www.youtube.com/hpgraphicarts#p/u/0/uFAFdBxej_o  


Video
Twitter Response: the NEW HP T400 and Tabloid Newspapers

http://www.youtube.com/hpgraphicarts#p/u/2/Tq-Qm5DwRXQ  


Video
Reinventing Digital Printing: High-speed Color Comes to Life

http://www.youtube.com/hpgraphicarts#p/u/4/ijW8wFPv8Fw  



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