PC Magazine published an interesting interview titled ‘We Could Ink Jet Anything’ with Vyomesh Joshi titled, executive vice president of HP's Imaging and Printing Group. Simply put, he is the one in charge of HP printer business.
He opens the conversation with a brief overview of how printer business in HP has changed.
“We are focusing on pages. From a page point of view, 48 trillion are printed a year. Now we measure our market share in pages, and we are less than 2 percent. When you start thinking about pages, we have a tremendous opportunity.”Then he moves to the issue of printing less in the modern online world:
“In 1984 we were promised the paperless office. And in 2006 we are using ten times more paper.”Also, Vyomesh Joshi tells about new imaging devices coming up, gives his prospect of view on the new implementations of inkjet technology, such as DNA sequencing, 3-D printing and competitors achievements.
As a person who is into printing, I had a great time reading the interview.