Reuters and HP to display best images at DMC
Dubai, December 18, 2007
Reuters, the world’s largest news and financial information provider, has teamed up with HP’s Imaging and Printing Group in the Middle East to showcase some of its best photographs and images at several landmarks and buildings in the Dubai Media City (DMC).
The partnership allows Reuters to print select imagery for display around the Dubai Media City on HP’s Designjet Z6100 Printer series, HP’s latest large format printer that enables customers to increase productivity and achieve versatility and dependability for printing in the digital marketplace.
“HP Middle East is continuously looking for ways to reinvigorate the printing market and excite customers with new printing possibilities. We are happy to partner with Reuters and extend HP’s portfolio of trusted large-format printers that customers around the world depend on,” said general manager, Imaging and Printing Group, HP Middle East, Amr Hassan.
The photos are printed in 1m by 70cm size on HP Designjet Z6100. The Z6100 features HP DreamColour Technologies, a certified system of colour technologies, such as an embedded spectrophotometer which make it easy to produce accurate, predictable and consistent colour across a series of digital colour devices.
The new eight-ink HP Designjet Z6100 Printer series increases print capacity, reduce turnaround times and offer new, high-quality printing applications to customers and clients while delivering predictable, consistent colour.
“We are very pleased to see HP joining Reuters and Dubai Media City in promoting photojournalism. Since the launch of the Reuters News Picture Gallery some three years ago, tenants and visitors of Dubai Media City have been able to view the best pictures from the world's major events in news, sport, entertainment and fashion displayed on the walls of their buildings. We take their amazing feedback as a sign of appreciation of the quality and the professionalism of Reuters photographers,” said Reuters’ head of Media, Middle East and Africa, Samir Sabbah. – TradeArabia News Service
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