Naresh Shanker, Xerox Chief Technology Officer, explains in Forbes article how liquid metal tech 3D printing can transform manufacturing in aerospace, automotive and beyond.
Analytics Insight: Xerox's Tracey Koziol leading the list of the 10 Most Influential Women in Tech 2020
Cover story on Tracey Koziol, senior vice president of Global Offerings for Xerox, on how she's spearheading technologies that are redefining the future of work.
The Xerox Adaptive CMYK+ Kit for Xerox Versant® is the print market’s first adaptive technology kit that adds seven specialty colors to an existing production press.
Xerox Holdings Corporation (NYSE: XRX) is leveraging its manufacturing capabilities and in-house materials expertise to produce approximately 140,000 gallons of hand sanitizer by June 2020, an initiative focused on helping to save lives during the current global health crisis.
Xerox Holdings Corporation (NYSE: XRX) and Vortran Medical Technology are teaming up to speed and scale production of Vortran’s GO2Vent ventilator and related Airway Pressure Monitor (APM-Plus) for hospitals and emergency response units fighting the battle against COVID-19.
Xerox announced today the hiring of Tali Rosman as vice president of Xerox’s 3D Business. In this role, she reports to Naresh Shanker, chief technology officer of Xerox.
Research and Development - Jan 30, 2020
PARC, a Xerox company, announced today an agreement with Alcon, the global leader in eye care, to develop innovative new treatments for eye care.
Looking ahead to 2020, Xerox today announced its inaugural Color of the Year: Clear. While acknowledging debates as to whether the absence of all colors is itself a color (it is), Xerox stands by its choice of clear, the same color (or non-color) as fishbowls, windows and cellophane.
Xerox announces new security enhancements to its line of Xerox AltaLink Multifunction Printers (MFPs), providing IT managers, network administrators and chief information security officers with an extra layer of protection and a more proactive approach to network threats.
When people hear the name Xerox, they may not immediately think of chemical process engineering. But chemical engineers play a critical role in the development of the advanced materials embedded within Xerox technologies.