Xerox Research Centre of Canada
2660 Speakman Drive (map location)
L5K 2L1, Canada
The following text is taken from Xerox Fact Book 2004-2005:
XRCC is Xerox’s materials research center, enabling the flow of leading-edge imaging materials from research concepts to supplies solutions. Founded in 1974, XRCC leverages its core competencies in materials design, synthesis, characterization, evaluation and scale-up to deliver — with partners — environmentally sound materials and processes that support higher-quality and lower-cost color and monochrome printing.
Specifically, XRCC conducts fundamental and applied materials research in toners, inks, photoreceptors and specialty substrates to support xerographic and direct printing technologies. An example of its breakthrough research is a chemical toner called “EA Technology,” which yields sharper image quality, higher reliability and faster warm-up time. Research in organic electronic materials for digital document media, displays, and printed organic electronic consumables is also being carried out to bridge the gap between paper
and electronic documents.
Source: Xerox Fact Book 2004-2005
TORONTO, CANADA – June 20, 2023 – Myant announced today it has acquired Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), the Canadian research division of Xerox, and Canada’s leading advanced materials research centre. The 10-acre Mississauga-based innovation park with a 170,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility specializes in the delivery of advanced materials technology that enables and differentiates real-world commercial products and solutions for a wide range of industries such as Healthcare, Electronics, Transportation, and Electrification.
For nearly 50 years, XRCC researchers have led the discovery and design of groundbreaking materials – collaborating across technical and scientific disciplines and bringing innovations to the market through research, development, and engineering (RDE) as a service.