LinuxPR: Oki Data and IBM Team Up to Deliver Linux Printer DriversFeb 13, 2001, 22:39 (3 Talkback[s])
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"Recognizing the rapidly growing market for Linux-based products and services, Oki Data Americas, Inc. today announced it worked with IBM to develop the new open source Omni Linux Drivers that are compatible with more than two-dozen OKI Impact Printers."
"Built upon the Ghostscript framework, a postscript interpreter, the Omni Linux Driver is available without charge to OKI customers via the Web. The new drivers will enable customers to leverage all of the benefits and flexibility offered in a Linux-based environment."
"Oki Data is very supportive of the developments underway in the burgeoning Linux community," said Carl Taylor, marketing manager for impact printers at Oki Data. "Working with IBM on the development of the printer drivers helped us to more quickly achieve our goal of meeting the needs of Linux users."
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