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HP Indigo 10000
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* Empresas que requieran impresión de etiquetas, revistas, posters, folletos, material de marketing en general. * Impresores especializados en fotos. * Proveedor de servicios de impresión y etiquetas. * Empresas que impriman sobre diferentes sustratos. * Empresas que impriman boletos para eventos o para viajes. * Empresas que necesitan buena calidad de impresión. * Empresas que requieran que se generen altos volúmenes de impresión. * Empresas que requieren de alta productividad. * Empresas conscientes por el medio ambiente. * Empresas que necesiten impresiones con colores apegados a la guía Pantone.
Compañía:
En 1934 Bill Hewlett y Dave Packard se hacen amigos en una excursión tras graduarse como ingenieros eléctricos de la universidad de Stanford. En 1938 comienzan a trabajar medio tiempo en un garaje rentado en Palo Alto, California, con un capital de $538 dólares entre efectivo y un taladro de columna usado, en ese mismo año construyen su primer producto, un oscilador de audio HP 200A utilizado para probar equipo de sonido. Uno de sus primero clientes sería Walt Disney que ordena ocho osciladores HP 200B para los cines en donde se mostraría la película de Fantasía.
El primero de Enero de 1939 se formaliza la asociación entre Bill y Dave, lanzan una moneda para decidir si el nombre será Hewlett- Packard o Packard- Hewlett. Al siguiente año se mudan del garaje a un edificio rentado en Palo Alto, California.
El 18 de Agosto de 1947 se incorporan como empresa y se hacen públicos el 6 de Noviembre de 1957.
En 1972 HP entra al negocio de la computación y no es sino hasta 1984 que HP presenta al mercado la impresión de inyección de tinta térmica con el debut de HP ThinkJet. Este hecho marca el éxito de los laboratorios de HP en la tecnología de inyección de tinta para ofrecer una calidad superior, un funcionamiento más silencioso y consumo de menor poder sobre las impresoras de matriz de puntos.
HP introduce al mercado HP LaserJet, que rápidamente se convierte en la impresora láser de escritorio personal más popular del mundo. A dos años de su presentación se venden 10 millones de ejemplares.
En 1991 Hp revoluciona la impresión a color con introducción de la asequible HP DeskJet 500C. Los laboratorios de HP crean color fundamental (SRGB) y algoritmos de compresión y medios tonos reduciendo drásticamente los costos de la impresión a color.
En el año de 2001 HP absorbe a Indigo, empresa fundada en 1977 por Benny Landa, conocido como el padre de la impresión offset digital a color, la división HP Indigo desarrolla, fabrica y comercializa prensas de impresión offset digital, consumibles y soluciones para las mismas.
Bajo el mando de HP la división de Indigo se desarrolló y creció hasta convertirse en un referente mundial en la industria de la impresión digital. La compañía está clasificada como número 1 en el mercado de prensas digitales de altos volúmenes en Estados Unidos, y tiene el 75% del mercado mundial en impresión digital comercial de fotografía.
En Marzo de 2012 HP Indigo dio a conocer la prensa digital Indigo 10000 y la presento al mercado un año después. Por Octubre de 2013 ya había informes de 60 instalaciones de clientes con Indigo 10000 en 20 países.…...

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