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Samsung Electronics buys PrinterOn, the cloud print pioneer   10 September 2014   


Samsung Electronics has strengthened its mobile printing portfolio with the acquisition of PrinterOn, a Canadian company specializing in Cloud printing solutions.  This acquisition further expands the Korean mobile device manufacturer's ecosystem in this area, especially for B2B clients.  Samsung is a founding member of the MOPRIA alliance - whose role is to define standards for mobile printing - and Samsung also provides the 'Samsung Mobile Print' to manage scanning and printing on multifunction devices from Samsung Android phones and those running iOS.

Once the acquisition is finalized, PrinterOn will be a 100% subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Canada.

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