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New products, new technologies and new partnerships announced.
HP senior vice-president of imaging and printing, John Solomon, kicked off the event with an introduction on where the printer market is heading.
Mobility, managed print services (MPS) and circumvention of the PC for printing were some of the key topics.
HP vice-president of graphics solutions, Gido Van Proes, shows off some larger scaled mutlifunction devices.
International law firm, Allens Arthur Robinson's Gwenyth Taylor talks about how HP MPS has cut costs and carbon emissions across its Australian offices.
HP hosted its HP Innovation Summit in Singapore this year. Journalists from across Asia-Pacific congregated at The Regent Hotel to mingle and check out the vendor's latest products and annoucements.
HP vice-president of inkjet and Web solutions business, Tiang Chong.
Google Engineer, Fryzel, demonstrated the HP Google Docs printing application to the audience.
Yahoo!7 head of news and information, announced the company's new app with HP where compatible printers can print news and content directly from the Yahoo!7 website.
HP vice-president of laserjet and enterprise solutions, Leong Han Kong, demonstrates how the vendor's cloud-based ePrint technology works on a laserjet multifunction device.
HP vice-president managed enterprise solutions, Pierre Mirlesse, reveals the vendor's new [[artnid:364638|partnership with Toshiba]].
Key enterprise MPS customers will have access to a range of Toshiba multifunction printers.
HP presentation finale.
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