Achieve peak performance with cutting-edge tech
Native PDF rendering
Give your print devices the ability to quickly process a PDF job directly, eliminating intermediate conversion to PostScript, with native PDF rendering. Take advantage of significant performance improvements due to major architectural improvements.
Parallelism at jobs / pages level
Run multiple instances of RIPs in parallel (across multiple jobs, pages of the same job, and multiple bands of the same page) using the Multi-RIP feature. Start accepting the next page available for processing as soon as a RIP instance is free from processing the current page.
Enhanced Memory Manager
Boost the performance of both PostScript and PDF jobs with Memory Manager enhancements that increase the efficiencies of memory and caches.
Take print quality to a whole new level
Latest core technology
Deliver a true WYSIWIG experience for end users, achieving an output similar to that of Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader, with the integration of technology infrastructure for PDF parsing and graphic and font handling, shared with flagship Adobe products like Acrobat DC, Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign.
Advanced font management
Give printers the ability to handle fonts separately for PDF and PS jobs with Adobe Embedded Print Engine, as opposed to current RIPs that have to first convert fonts in PDF jobs to a PS compatible format. This ensures similar reproduction of text on paper, same as that seen on Adobe Acrobat DC. It also offers the flexibility to allow downloading and installation of additional fonts, the lifetime of which (to install it permanently or for just the duration of the job) can be specified as per your requirement.
Accurate color reproduction
Reproduce colors shown on Adobe Acrobat DC as accurately as possible in the printer output with support for ICC profiles. Tailor color management workflows to control how input job colors are converted to final device colors, based on characteristics of that specific device.
Achieve higher tolerance and predictable output for non-compliant, third-party PDFs
Tolerance for non-compliant PDFs
Give the print devices you manufacture the power to successfully print files created by third-party vendors that don’t adhere to PDF standards, which might typically cause a RIP to fail and throw an error. This allows the RIP to generate output that’s closest to the market-proven PDF gold standard—Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader.