Lyra Research Focuses on MFP and Toner Consumables Market Trends at the Toners and Photoreceptors 2007 Conference

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Lyra Research analysts Steve Reynolds and Charles Brewer will speak at the Toners and Photoreceptors 2007 Conference on June 5, 2007. The 24th annual event, which is produced by the Tiara Group, LLC, will feature two Lyra Research speakers and will be held June 4-6, 2007, at Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort in Santa Barbara, CA.

Lyra Research, the digital imaging authority (http://www.lyra.com), will kick off the Toners and Photoreceptors 2007 Conference on June 5, 2007. The 24th annual event, which is produced by the Tiara Group, LLC, will feature two Lyra Research speakers and will be held June 4-6, 2007, at Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort in Santa Barbara, CA.

Steve Reynolds, senior analyst for Lyra's Hard Copy Industry Advisory Service (IAS), will present "New Hardware, New Pricing Policies Challenge the Office Imaging Marketplace." Reynolds will discuss the robust growth of multifunctional printers (MFPs) and how MFPs will affect the consumption of imaging supplies. The presentation will also explore the implications of HP's Edgeline and Silverbrook's Memjet technologies, as well as Eastman Kodak's low-priced ink jet cartridges.

Charles Brewer, managing editor of Lyra's Hard Copy Supplies Journal, will follow with a presentation titled "Trends in Toner Cartridge Markets." This presentation will summarize the status of the worldwide toner cartridge supplies market.

Frank Stefansson, CEO and executive vice president of Lyra Research, commented on Lyra's participation at the Toners and Photoreceptors 2007 Conference. "Lyra offers in-depth analysis and coverage of developments in the toner and photoreceptor industry. For example, Lyra has provided clients with exclusive coverage of the industry's assault from the ink jet sector. We look forward to the opportunity to arm the industry's leaders and pioneers with Lyra's analysis and perspective at the Toners and Photoreceptors 2007 Conference."

Other topics at the conference include OPC technology, toner technology, cartridge remanufacturing in international markets, air quality in offices and other facilities, global intellectual property (IP) issues, globalization in the toner industry (with spotlights on Asia, India, and Latin America), toner and the environment, and commercial printing. For a complete agenda or to learn more about the Toners and Photoreceptors 2007 Conference, visit http://www.thetiaragroup.com.

Scheduling an Analyst Meeting during the Event
Contact Lyra's speakers now to schedule an analyst meeting during the conference. To meet with Steve Reynolds, call 617-454-2670 or e-mail sreynold @ lyra.com. To meet with Charles Brewer, call 617-454-2613 or e-mail cbrewer @ lyra.com.

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Contact:
Andre Rebelo
Marketing Manager
Lyra Research, Inc.
+1-617-454-2658
arebelo (at) lyra (dot) com

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