HP Inc announced a line-up of next-generation A3 multi-function printers (MFPs) in India, designed to offer higher levels of customisation for a wider range of customers’ printing needs. The A3 MFPs includes three PageWide platforms and thirteen LaserJet platforms that benefit from the new, Cloud-based proprietary service optimisation platform, HP Smart Device Services (SDS). SDS delivers maximum device uptime by integrating advanced diagnostics, device specific troubleshooting and remote remediation capabilities into the managed print services (MPS) tool sets that resellers use today. “HP’s expanded portfolio of A3 MFPs will raise the bar in the print experience and protect customers against cyber security threats,” Raj Kumar Rishi, Senior Director, Printing Systems, HP Inc India, told reporters.
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