Product History

1962

  • Launches the industry-first plain paper copier, Fuji Xerox 914

1972

  • Launches office facsimile machine, the Xerox Telecopier II, developed by Xerox Corporation

1973

  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 2200, the first internally developed copy machine (photo)

1975

  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 6500 full-color copy machine (photo)

1977

  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 210 Telecopier, a high-resolution facsimile machine (photo)

1978

  • Begins export of the Fuji Xerox 2202 to Rank Xerox
  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 3500, a compact, high-speed, and high-performance copy machine (photo)
  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 2080, an A1 copy machine

1980

  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 4800, a high-speed copy machine with automatic duplex function (photo)

1982

  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 8000INS, an advanced information processing system utilizing the Ethernet
  • Launches the TALK series for PCs and the JWP series for Japanese-language word processors (photo)

1983

  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 1100SIP super PC for artificial intelligence (AI) development (photo)

1985

  • Launches the first AI workstation in Japan, the Fuji Xerox 1121
  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 6800 full-color PPC (photo)

1986


  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 6060 workstation (photo)

1987

  • Launches the Fuji Xerox Xero Printer 100, the world's first machine incorporating print and copy functions (photo)
  • Launches the Fuji Xerox 1161, with Japanese Smalltalk-80
  • Launches the space-saving front-feed 5030 copy machine

1988

  • Launches the Sharaku hand-held copy machine
  • Launches the 5080, large-size multifunction machine
  • Launches the digital full-color EC-10 copy machine
  • Launches the multifunctional 8083-J Star workstation
  • Launches the high-speed, multifunction 5075/5055 copy machine (photo)

1989

  • Launches the world's fastest 5090 copy machine (photo)
  • Launches the Able 3010, a fax/copy machine
  • Launches the EDMICS

1990

  • Launches the Able 3015, a fax/copy/print machine (photo)

1991

  • Launches the Vivace 800/810 high-speed copy machine incorporating finishing functions (photo)
  • Launches the new Able series incorporating one pass-two color technology

1992

  • Launches the Acolor 635 / 630 full-color digital copy machine

1993

  • Launches the full-color print system, the Acolor ICS Series
  • Launches the DochTech Production Publisher M135 for on-demand printing and publishing (photo)

1994

  • Launches the BrainTech 8180 alpha, the first digital copy machine with simultaneous red and black printing for engineering drawings (photo)

1995


  • Launches the Acolor 935 / 930 full-color copy machines for high quality color prints (photo)
  • Launches the DocuTech Network Publishing System
  • Launches the DocuColor 4040, the world fastest full-color copy machine (photo)

1996

  • Launches the DocuStation IM200 that uses barcode Glyph Codes to merge paper with digital documents (photo)
  • Introduces the EDMICS 2000 integrated engineering management system
  • Launches DocuWorks, document handling software, bundled with a multifunction device (In 1998, it was launched as an independent product.)

1997

  • Launches eight new models of the Able Series incorporating network functions (photo)

1998

  • Introduces the Color Laser Wind 3310, the first A3-capable desktop full-color laser printer in the industry (photo)
  • Launches Fuji Xerox's first inkjet printer, the Jet Wind 300C
  • Launches the new network-capable multifunction digital DocuCentre series
  • Launches the XC 1280, Fuji Xerox's first compact copy machine for personal use

2000

  • Launches the Color DocuTech 60, the world's fastest full-color digital publishing system (photo)
  • Launches 101ppm high-speed copy machine, the DocuCentre 1010
  • Launches 22ppm high-speed color laser printer, the DocuPrint C2220

2001

2002

  • Launches DocuPrint C3530, incorporating a 35ppm micro-tandem printer engine
  • Begins new broadband services offering, "beat" for small- to mid-size enterprises
  • Launches ArcSuite web-based integrated information management system for large volumes of documents
  • Becomes first in the industry to begin Net Print service for secure retrieval of documents from copy machines in convenient stores

2003

  • Launches DocuPrint 1100 CF, a high-end continuous sheet printer for core corporate operations
  • Launches the DocuColor 1256 GA, a digital color multifunction product that achieves the world's first high resolution of true 2,400 dpi by incorporating Fuji Xerox unique VCSEL (Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser) with 32 beams
  • Launches DocuCentre Color f450 / f360 / f250 that have high productivity print speeds and incorporate network-compatible functions

2004

2005

  • Launches the ApeosPort-II series, a color multifunction device that facilitates service cooperation between companies via the Internet
  • Launches eco-friendly document processing device "Trust-Eco 1500" (photo)

2006

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2009

2010

2011

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2014

2015

2016

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2017

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  • Expands Fuji Xerox's partnerships with business cloud service providers including Concur Technologies to launch joint cloud solutions
  • Launches DocuCentre S2110: a monochrome multifunction device which was planned and developed by local Chinese engineers, targeting China and Asia-Pacific markets
  • Document handling software, DocuWorks, achieves cumulative sales of five million licenses in Japan
  • Launches Iridesse Production Press: the industry-first production printer with single-pass, six-color print engine for printing special colors including metallic

2018

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  • Launches B9 series: monochrome high-speed production printers with significant enhancement in performance by applying technologies cultivated in color printers
  • Sequentially launches services that embody Smart Work Innovation, Fuji Xerox's value proposition strategy in the AI/IoT era
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