For over 100 years, Xerox has been a pioneer in the photocopying industry. It was founded in 1906 as The Haloid Photographic Company, which originally manufactured photographic paper and equipment. The word Xerox comes from the coined term Xerography, a combination of two Greek roots meaning “dry writing.” The company renamed itself the Xerox Corporation in 1961 and became so successful as a maker of copy machines, that the name “Xerox” is often used in place of the word “copy” in everyday conversation. Today, it is an American multinational corporation that produces a huge line of black and white and color printers, multifunctional systems, digital production printing presses, and of course, photocopiers.
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