Epson Updates, Expands Selection of Large-Format Color Printers and Scanners
New offerings in the SureColor T-Series range from 24" to 44" wide, and from less than $3,000 to more than $11,000.
Transparency and Trust
Editor''s Window: All content can have value, whether independent or sponsored, but it must be produced with integrity.
HP Aims to Make Wide-Format Printing Cheaper, More Colorful
The company seeks to overtake LED printers with its inkjet-based PageWide technology, which will be available on a large scale in 2015.
HP Extends Z Workstation Family into Virtualization Realm
Scheduled for June release, the HP DL380z will enable access to CAD and other graphics-intensive software from nearly any device in any location.
Cadalyst Announces Leadership Changes
Cyrena Respini-Irwin promoted to editor in chief as Nancy Spurling Johnson takes on new role as content director.
Cadalyst Announces Winner of Video Contest
With his new Dell workstation, T. Rex is one dinosaur who won''t be stuck in the past any longer!
Building Bridges between Platforms
User Profile: For civil engineering firm IDS to function, data must move smoothly between GIS and CAD - and Amanda Nunley Menard is the person who gets it there.
Study Explores How Local Governments Use GIS
Esri Australia and the Surveying and Spatial Science Institute back a research initiative to better understand users'' attitudes and capabilities.
Cambashi's Observatories Focus on the Expanding Universe of Technical Applications
Tony Christian, director of independent market research firm Cambashi, expects to see steady growth in the global demand for CAD, PLM, GIS, and related software.