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Developed jointly by Sharp
Corporation and Sharp
Laboratories Europe, Ltd.
Receiving the DSA is a huge honor," said Sharp
, who is senior research associate at MeadWestvaco Corp.
But it is at Vasquez Rocks that Sharp
has stayed the bulk of his career, and where he has come to love the rugged desert scenery and the rich cultural heritage of the Tataviam Indians, who lived on the land for thousands of years.
Document Solutions Company of America (SDSCA) today announced that it has established its next direct regional sales operation through its new division, Sharp
Later, at California State University, Northridge, where she played in various jazz bands and classical ensembles, Sharp
realized what her chosen career would become.
With the introduction of the new trio of production MFPs, Sharp
now offers one of the most comprehensive product lines for dealers to meet any type of business need," said Ed McLaughlin, President, SDSCA.
Developed using Sharp
's Open Systems Architecture (OSA) by Jacksonville-based Bennett's Business Systems, the system enables college employees to place service calls and reorder supplies right through the Sharp
copier's touch screen, increasing efficiency and reducing downtime.
Our outstanding product line has helped our dealers sell more Sharp
products and outpace the industry growth.
There are many important portrait-mode applications for high-end, large screen displays in diverse market settings such as medical imaging, digital signage, design and flight information display," said John Becconsall, Director, Professional Display Products, Sharp
Commercial Markets Sales and Solutions Group.
makes one-of-a-kind products that change the way we live," said Bob Scaglione, senior vice president and group manager, Product and Marketing Group, Sharp
Each array of Sharp
modules will be 3 to 4 kilowatts (kW) in size; enough to provide most of the electricity used by each household.