IPP> Questions regarding IPP bake-off

IPP> Questions regarding IPP bake-off

IPP> Questions regarding IPP bake-off

ElliottBradshaw at oaktech.com ElliottBradshaw at oaktech.com
Wed Sep 13 11:37:17 EDT 2000


I am coordinating the bakeoff logistics here at Oak.  For each vendor we are

	-You will share a 20A circuit with one other vendor
	-You get a table and two chairs, and your equipment will sit on top
	-You'll carry your own equipment in and out.

However if anyone needs more than this we can almost certainly accomodate
you.  Please send me an email ASAP with your needs and we'll work it out.

(Ueda-san, I'll send you a separate note.)

  -Elliott Bradshaw (ElliottBradshaw at oaktech.com)

> -----Original Message-----
> From: ueda shigeru [mailto:ueda.shigeru at canon.co.jp]
> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2000 10:13 PM
> To: ipp at pwg.org
> Subject: IPP> Questions regarding IPP bake-off
> Hello 
> I have some question about upcoming IPP bake off 3.
> Please answer the following questions.(Peter-san?)
> 1)We are going to attend with our copier based MFP which 
> requires 15-20A 115V power.
> IS it possible to be provided. such a power?
> 2) The MFP machine also requires some set-up procedure by our 
> service engineers(not a engineers who
> attend the IPP bake-off.)
> The size of the MFP machine is approx 1.2m(W)x 
> 1m(D9x1.2m(H),and it also requires some
> space for the service engineers to set up.
> Can such a space  be provided? And also we want to bring it 
> in on 10/15(before 10/16) for set up if possible.
> Is it possible?
> 3)Please inform us the address where we send the machine to.
> 4)How many ports are  provided for each company?
> 5)How many taps for power are provided for each company?
> 6) Is the special mailing list is set up for IPP-Bake off for 
> detail communication?
> Because we are not familiar with bake-off,please answer the 
> above question.
> Best Regards.
> Shigeru Ueda
> Canon(ueda.shigeru at canon.co.jp)

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