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Company Overview of Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. provides consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions to the United States, Latin America, and the Caribbean (excluding Mexico) markets. The company offers cameras and camcorders, which include digital cameras, connect stations, wireless file transmitters, microphones, GPS receivers, camcorders, cinema EOS cameras, multi-purpose cameras, and high definition PTZ cameras; EF lenses, flashes, cinema lenses, broadcast lenses, and binoculars; and office solutions, such as multifunction copiers, single function lasers, black and white lasers, color lasers, fax machines, scanners, calculators, wireless presenters, and business consumables. It also prov...
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Melville, NY 11747
Founded in 1955
Key Executives for Canon U.S.A., Inc.
President and CEO of Europe, Middle East & Africa
Chief Executive Officer of Canon Latin America and President of Canon Latin America
Chief Executive Officer of Canon Virginia and President of Canon Virginia
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2017.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. Key Developments
Canon U.S.A., Inc. Announces the Launch of Océ Touchstone Dimensional Printing Software
Jun 19 18
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced the launch of Océ Touchstone dimensional printing software, positioned for large format print solutions to streamline dimensional printing on the company's Océ Arizona Series UV flatbed printers. Until now, creating these dimensional prints tended to be a laborious process involving significant file manipulation and iterative testing performed by the print provider. As a result, few end users are aware that this is even possible, let alone request this type of printing. To simplify this labor intensive workflow, Canon has tailored specific solutions to meet the needs of the two parties involved in the process: the designer who creates the files and the print provider that prints them. Utilizing the highly accurate ink drop placement and repetition provided by Océ Arizona UV curable flatbed printers, resourceful print providers have been able to print multiple layers of ink and produce dimensional effects ranging from common textures such as woodgrain to special effects such as varnish highlights, embossed type and logos, or even braille. Through Canon-created Adobe® CC Photoshop® and Illustrator® extensions, graphic designers can build the dimensional effects quickly and easily, preview and refine these effects on screen, and then export the file as a single PDF file that can be sent to an Océ Touchstone enabled print provider for final print production. To help streamline the process on the print production side, Canon worked closely with graphics RIP provider ONYX®, a Canon group company, to marry the patented Océ ALPS (Advanced Layer Printing System) technology with a special ONYX Thrive printer driver so that the RIP could now interpret the height map contained within the PDF, convert that data into separate print layers and send it to the Océ Arizona printer as a single batch file containing all the layers in the correct print sequence. This provides the print provider with a familiar print workflow where they can print the entire job essentially with one push of the print button. Carriage height adjustment is automated and the multiple layers can be left to print unattended, thus enabling print providers to make additional revenue after business hours. The commercially licensed Océ Touchstone software is offered exclusively by Canon Solutions America and available now. The software requires ONYX Thrive 12.2 or a newer edition and an Océ Arizona 1260, 1280, or 2200 series printer to use. The Adobe CC Océ Extensions are available for both Microsoft Windows and Mac® OS operating systems.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. Releases New imagePRESS Print Servers Powered by Fiery Technology Drive Production Efficiency and Outstanding Image Quality
Jun 7 18
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced the release of two new imagePRESS Print Servers powered by EFI™ Fiery® technology, designed to drive the imagePRESS C850 Digital Color Press Series. The imagePRESS Server H300 Version 2.0, designed for mid-volume production environments, is an external Digital Front End (DFE) that delivers performance-boosting features for higher efficiency, processing files up to 50% faster than the embedded imagePRESS Server G200 model1, and helps provide consistent and outstanding image quality. The latest version of this server features the following updates: Based on the latest Fiery FS300 Pro software platform with a Microsoft Windows® 10 operating system. The new Canon Media Librarian software can help simplify the process of creating, editing and organizing media stocks on compatible imagePRESS devices. Fiery JobFlow™ base software comes pre-installed to help streamline job processing and printing as a standard feature. The imagePRESS Server G200 model – a new, embedded DFE – is based on the latest EFI Fiery FS300 software platform. It features tools that are designed to make it easy for users to print accurate color, plus it provides simple-to-use variable-data printing capabilities with Fiery FreeForm™ software. The DFEs are also compatible with uniFLOW® print and scan management software for centralized fleet management, accounting, reporting, job routing, scanning workflows and mobile printing – all with security features for document management. uniFLOW helps save organizations time and money by providing effective controls over the entire printer and multifunction fleet.
Canon U.S.A., Inc. Announces Executive Changes, Effective July 1, 2018
Jun 7 18
Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced that Toyotsugu Kuwamura, executive vice president and general manager of the company's Business Imaging Solutions Group (BISG) is set to retire effective July 1, 2018. Effective immediately, Mr. Shinichi Yoshida has been named his successor as Executive Vice President and General Manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group.
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