Paris firm turns to Xserves

A vital pre-press company in Paris may be the latest to go to Apple’s Xserves.

Prepress specialist Compos Juliot is applying an Xserve running Enfocus PitStop Server to approve the numerous 1000’s of PDFs passing through the organization.

Based on systems and systems administrator Christine Bierre: “We’ve elevated our productivity threefold”.

A situation study Apple’s Hot News describes that since applying the brand new system the organization has had the ability to limit manual handling throughout the production document validation phase, “saving energy and a great deal of money”.

Manufacturing manager Christian Nunes highlights: “A highly effective solution such as this Enfocus/Xserve combination costs only around £3,500, which makes it considerably less expensive than devoted proprietary solutions.”


  1. It’s not so much that the story ends, but that at their current budgeting the show they have envisioned ends in two shortened seaso1. This is both D&D dealing with concluding their story right and figuring out how to put it all on screen properly. They’ve probably told HBO that with the budget they’ve been offered, they can give them two seven episode seaso1 to finish the show. HBO’s silence on this matter is more than likely a sign of their desire for more than that, while also trying to negotiate the best they can for their own profits. D&D being vocal about this publicly is just working the negotiatio1 a bit to their favor.