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Canon: more than just concern

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A profile is presented of Canon Inc., a Japanese company that has successfully diversified its product line away from the cameras with which it made its name. Among its products are digital color copiers, laser printers, and IC wafer-steppers. Canon, which operates six research centers in Japan plus R&D subsidiaries in the US and Europe, has grabbed 70% of the color printer market and is preparing for the evolution toward a new generation of G4 digital facsimile machines in conjunction with a more advanced integrated-services digital network (ISDN) infrastructure. Canon also has many new camera offerings, as well as a removable magnetooptical disk that offers read write, and erase capability, and can store 256 Mbytes, the equivalent of 6500 pages of text, on a single side.<>

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 11 )