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Many major hotels have business centers with facsimile machines and copiers.
Since it installed a network of 35 facsimile machines, Lone Star Industries has speeded up monthly closings, reduced mail and courier costs and brought the company much greater telecommunications capability, says Nathan Mire, manager of telecommunications.
The company showed how a document may be created on a personal computer (text and graphics), converted electronically to a compatible facsimile format, and then transmitted to facsimile machines worldwide without the need to create and scan the document at the point of origin.
Zimmerman said that public, parochial and private schools that did not have facsimile machines were selected for participation so Okidata "was able to provide a useful communications tool, as well as offer students an opportunity to participate in government.
Samsung will continue to sell and service its facsimile machines in the United States and will vigorously contest Ricoh's allegations.
Erskine distributes Canon, Ricoh and Sharp copy equipment and facsimile machines.
NYSE:IGI) is a large direct sales, service and marketing organization offering document imaging solutions, including high performance, leading edge copier/MFPs and facsimile machines to Fortune 1000 companies and other organizations.
The facsimile network was created through the installation of Xerox 7124 Engineering Facsimile machines in more than 150 Kinko's locations across the country.
The UF-311 and UF-312 are important additions to the complete line of Panafax plain paper facsimile machines," concluded Gonsenhauser.
The Company sells and services a variety of office imaging solutions, including copiers, facsimile machines, printers, and large format gas plasma displays.
As a counteraction, Samsung Electronics brought a lawsuit against Ricoh on September 22, 1994 in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia for alleged infringement of a patent owned by Samsung Electronics relating to a microcontroller chip used in facsimile machines and other devices.
To an astonishing degree, electronic mail carried over computer networks and documents transmitted by facsimile machines have already supplanted the more traditional means of formally and informally exchanging scientific ideas and data.