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May 18, 2010 12:00 AM
Pitney Bowes Inc. is expanding its line of high-speed digital color printing systems. The new offering, the Pitney Bowes IntelliJet 20 Printing System, is built to help more companies transition their printed communications from monochrome to color simply and cost-effectively.
The new system complements the IntelliJet 30 Printing System, which Pitney Bowes launched in 2009. The system is on display at Ipex 2010.
Like the IntelliJet 30 Printing System, the new system is the result of a strategic alliance with HP. Offering the same high-quality, 1200 x 600 dpi addressable resolution print engine and built-in Pitney Bowes Production Intelligence software, the IntelliJet 20 Printing System produces complex transactional statements without compromising speed or quality. Its 20.5-inch-wide format is sized to replace existing toner-based monochrome devices. Scaled for high-volume transactional print and mail customers, the system fits right within their existing environment to deliver 2-up monochrome as well as full-color variable print.
The company is accepting orders now for both systems for delivery to Europe and the United States.
Both the IntelliJet 20 and the IntelliJet 30 Printing Systems include new features and system enhancements for greater performance and capability. These include:
Industry-leading Pitney Bowes Production Intelligence software allows mailers to integrate print and mail with one streamlined platform for unprecedented process integration. Independent of page complexity, the IntelliJet 20 Printing System can consistently deliver maximum throughput with a print speed of up to 400 feet (122 m) per minute for monochrome; 200 feet (61 m) per minute for color, with high quality output that is specifically tuned for high-speed mail finishing.