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 user 2008-02-13 at 1:22:00 pm Views: 55
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    Kodak Cites Wilhelm Research For Inkjet Print Longevity
    New
    York — Kodak’s inkjet all-in-ones deliver the “highest level of print
    permanence” of any photo printer currently on the market, according to
    Wilhelm Imaging Research (WIR).Prints produced on Kodak’s all-in-ones
    using Kodak ink and paper can endure for longer than 125 years in an
    album or more than 100 years when displayed out in the open, WIR
    reported.Kodak had been critical of the independent Wilhelm Imaging
    Research group in the past, objecting to its test methodology. In 2005,
    WIR criticized how Kodak marketed its Ultima Inkjet Paper, saying that
    claims of “100 year” longevity were “misleading.”In announcing his
    firm’s test results in a Kodak-hosted press conference in New York, WIR
    founder Henry Wilhelm said he used precisely the same test methods that
    WIR has always employed. The study of Kodak’s printers, like many of
    WIR tests, began as independent, non-commissioned research, Wilhelm
    said.“It’s really something of a historic moment and will hopefully
    lead us to work together more closely in the future,” Wilhelm
    said.Kodak also said that it had sold more than 520,000 printers since
    February 2007. For 2008, the firm plans to double the number of retail
    outlets — both in the United States and overseas — that carry its
    inkjet product line, said Robert Ohlweiler, Kodak inkjet marketing
    director.