by July 8, 2014 0 comments

The new technologies unveiled include
1) HP Data Pass technology, designed to make it easier for tablet or notebook users to connect to the internet.
2) The extension of HP PageWide technology to large-format printing, offering customers an affordable option for high-volume quality prints.
3) The HP DL380z Virtual Workstation, which adds virtualization to HP’s secure, industry-leading workstation ecosystem.
4) HP Indigo 20000 and 30000 Digital Presses, built to deliver improved customization across label and packaging applications.

HP DataPass – Embedding mobile broadband connectivity in new PCs, tablets
In an ‘always on’ world, people need an easier and more affordable way to connect to the Internet locally and when they are traveling. Through HP DataPass, HP is simplifying how customers connect to the internet by embedding mobile broadband in select PCs and tablets and including a versatile mobile data service with locally competitive rates. The first of its kind in the Asia-Pacific region, HP DataPass will cover 13 markets globally and will provide an affordable solution for users locally and when they travel to these countries.
HP DataPass allows customers to simply turnon, register and immediately connect to the internet with 3G or 4G LTE mobile broadband service powered by Fogg Mobile. Customers get up to 250MB every month for two years at no additional cost and without contract. They also have the option to purchase additional data packages at locally competitive rates, and without a contract.
HP DataPass will first be made available in Hong Kong and Singapore on the HP Slate7 Voice Tablet Ultra by the end of 2014. The service will be progressively made available across more devices and markets in 2015.

HP PageWide – Scaling high-speed printing across segments
The requirements of a fast-paced environment today are driving businesses to seek technology that can work more quickly and reliably, while optimizing their digital and paper processes.
For more than 30 years, HP has been building a strong inkjet portfolio that can address customers’ needs across segments. In 2013, HP successfully incorporated its industrial-scale PageWide technology – a proven, advanced commercial printing technology used in HP Color Inkjet Web presses – into a desktop printer. The HP Officejet Pro X series was one of fastest desktop printer, delivering high-quality printing at up to twice the speed and half the cost compared with laser printers. HP further scaled its PageWide technology with the HP Officejet Enterprise X multifunction printers (MFPs) by adding full enterprise functionalities including scan-optimized digitization features and support for enterprise software and solutions.

These enterprise solutions include the latest HP Access Control 14.0, which offers the near-field communications, touch-to-authenticate solution for enterprises, allowing customers to authenticate user login information by touching an NFC-enabled Android smartphone directly to the printer. Customers can experience a simplified login process without sacrificing device or data security, or requiring a proximity card reader system.

HP DL380z Virtual Workstation – Integrating server and workstation technologies
HP has designed a virtual workstation solution that provides remote access to workstation-class applications from a variety of devices including thin clients, notebooks and tablets. The HP DL380z Virtual Workstation combines HP’s server technology, NVIDIA virtualization technology, and Citrix virtualization technology and delivers these via HP’s secure, industry-leading workstation ecosystem.
The HP DL380z keeps intellectual property centralized and secure by transmitting encrypted data over LAN or WAN to remote users, helping protect sensitive data. It allows for flexible IT management with a choice of pass-through GPU and virtual GPU modes that can be configured according to usage needs, making IT change management simple and efficient. The HP DL380z also supports HP Remote Graphics Software (RGS) giving remote access to graphics rich applications and the ability to host collaboration sessions from multiple devices and multiple operating systems including Linux. The newest HP RGS release 7 added the ability to have true workstation productivity from a tablet while bringing intuitive touch controls to non-touch applications.

HP Digital Printing – Driving impactful campaigns
HP is creating new opportunities for brand owners to create and connect with their target audiences. The HP Indigo 20000 Digital Press is now available and will enable longer print runs of pressure-sensitive, wrap-around label applications and expand into flexible packaging. In addition,HP Indigo 30000 Digital Press will expand into folding carton applications.
By delivering greater levels of customization across label and packaging applications that allow consumers to connect to social and mobile platforms, HP’s latest digital printing technologies will enable brand-owners to drive more impactful marketing campaigns.

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