Caldera - 2/16/2010
Caldera Announces New Strategic Partnership with SwissQprint
Caldera Graphics, the French software editor leader in large format imaging and production workflow has
announced a strategic partnership with SwissQprint for the supplying of production RIPs with the wide format
SwissQprint Oryx printer. SwissQprint is a young company having more than 10 years of experience in the
business of UV printing and it brings to the market a new level in quality standards thanks to its Oryx offer.
Naturally, the company has investigated different RIP solutions to be proposed to Oryx end-users, and it appears
after intensive tests that the Caldera solution is the only one to deliver such productivity and quality based on
Linux or Mac platforms.
"It is important for SwissQprint to rely on a professional and quality driven solution that we provide the best of
the potential of our printer" says Kilian Hinterman, Senior Product Manager in SwissQprint. "Even more, the
new features like APPE gives another advantage to become the caldera -swissQprint package to an unbeatable
The GrandRIP+ solution from Caldera ensures applications oriented on Added Value for every SwissQprint Oryx
end-user in the field. Users are optimizing their printer output with the award winning Caldera solutions, which
include exclusive features such as Tiling, Layout, Color Management, Multitasking & Automation.
"GrandRIP+ is today the reference solution when it is comes to UV applications. The SwissQprint Oryx printer
represents a step forward in the recent evolution of that segment as it is strongly rising the level of quality and
flexibility for print producer thanks to its scalability in the ink configuration that goes from simple CMYK over the
additional Light colours up to White & Varnish; applications. Only GrandRIP+ from Caldera can cover such a
spectrum" says Valery de March, OEM Manager of Caldera.
The SwissQprint Oryx + Caldera GrandRIP+ solution already counts more than 50 installations in France,
Scandinavia, Germany, Austria; Czech Republic; Slovakia, Poland; Spain; UK, Italy and Switzerland. And this
just in the first starting year!