PDF Print Engine 5 Delivers Powerful New Color Reproduction Capabilities
SAN JOSE, Calif. — July 16, 2018 — Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announces version 5 of Adobe PDF Print Engine (APPE), the dominant rendering technology at the heart of prepress workflows in the $800 billion print industry. PDF Print Engine 5 is available to new and long-standing solution partners, who are now working to integrate it into their product lines. Adobe collaborates closely with market-leading vendors to bring
the “Adobe PDF Print Experience” to every segment: commercial printing, publishing, signage, CAD/GIS, photography, packaging/labels, direct mail, textile/garments and other manufacturing applications. When deployed in the Mercury RIP Architecture on multi-core, networked or cloud platforms, PDF Print Engine 5 can be scaled to drive high-volume production on a single press, and across multiple presses. Print Service Providers can buy, or upgrade to, products built on Print Engine 5 starting later this year. (More)  


Adobe Launches PDF Print Engine 4 for Next-Generation Print Production

SAN JOSE, Calif. — May 31, 2016 — Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced the availability of version 4 of Adobe PDF Print Engine (APPE), Adobe’s high-speed, high-fidelity print platform employed by  the leading print equipment manufacturers, and running in more than 150,000 print operations around the world.  As the fastest and most reliable PDF rendering platform, APPE 4 will deliver new performance efficiencies and breakthrough color features to extend Adobe’s market-leading print technology. APPE 4 will enable printers to increase workflow efficiency, and capitalize on the profit potential of new innovations. (More)