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  1. Delivering world-class scanners to over 90 countries, Contex solutions are recognized by a wide range of industries for reliability, high performance and superb image quality. We have earned our reputation by developing state-of-the-art technology and software.
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As shown in the Processing IRPs in Layered Drivers figure, a file system is a two-part driver:

  1. A file system driver (FSD), which executes in the context of a user-mode thread that calls an I/O system service

    The I/O manager sends the corresponding IRP to the FSD. If the FSD sets up a completion routine for an IRP, its completion routine is not necessarily called in the original user-mode thread's context.

  2. A set of file system threads, and possibly an FSP (file system process)

    An FSD can create a set of driver-dedicated system threads, but most FSDs use system worker threads in order to get work done without tying up user-mode threads that make I/O requests. Any FSD might set up its own process address space in which its driver-dedicated threads execute, but the system-supplied FSDs avoid this practice to conserve system memory.

File systems generally use system worker threads to set up and manage internal work queues of IRPs that they send to one or more lower-level drivers, possibly for different devices.

While the lowest-level driver shown in the Processing IRPs in Layered Drivers figure processes each IRP in stages through a set of discrete, driver-supplied routines, it does not use system threads as the file system does. A lowest-level driver does not need its own thread context unless setting up its device for I/O is such a protracted process that it has a noticeable effect on system performance. Few lowest-level or intermediate drivers need to set up their own driver-dedicated or device-dedicated system threads, and those that do pay a performance penalty caused by context switches to their threads.

Most kernel-mode drivers, like the physical device driver in the Processing IRPs in Layered Drivers figure, execute in an arbitrary thread context: that of whatever thread happens to be current when they are called to process an IRP. Consequently, drivers usually maintain state about their I/O operations and the devices they service in a driver-defined part of their device objects, called a device extension.

Trusted partners

Working with large formats isn’t always easy. We know large format scanning like the back of our hand. You can trust that we have made our scanners so that your life gets a little easier. And we trust you to let us know, what you need.

Technology leadership

We have some of the best engineers in the World. They know technology, and they work hard every day to give you best-in-class solutions, that pushes the envelope of what we even thought was possible.


We know the value of putting you in the middle of it all. Listening to ones customers is about the smartest thing you can do as a business. We come to work so that we can give you the best large format scanning experience in the World.

Who we are

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At Contex, we all come to work because we want to create the best large format scanning experiences
in the world. We strive for perfection with every scanner we develop and produce.

When Contex was originally founded in 1923, the company designed and manufactured printing
machines, mechanical and electronic calculators and electrostatic copiers, which were sold worldwide
under the names Rex-Rotary and Gestetner. But the world changes – and so do we.

By the early 1980s, Contex had evolved into what it is today – the market leader in large format
scanning. Our long and diverse history has more than improved the scanning technology we use today –
it has helped improve millions of people’s workflow. That feels good and give us all the more reason to
do better than the day before. Every day.

At Contex we work all around the world from Japan to Denmark, where our headquarter is located right
outside of Copenhagen.

What we do

Contex makes large format scanning solutions; helping people around the world to share, store, and
enhance their paper plans and creative drawings digitized. Nearly all product/project ideas start with a
plain piece of paper. Sometime just a few, sometimes millions of paper documents need to be digitized
to save “already created plans”.

Saving valuable information from the past for the future processes is essential for the evolution of the
world. Think about that when seeing a city skyline, riding on a high-speed train, using electricity or when
taking a hot shower. Now you got a flavor of what millions of users are doing with our products and

Having the right tools for every job makes all the difference. Contex scanning solutions are designed to
have all the tools required to get the job done right. Don’t just copy, scan and print. Increase the value
of your originals by enhancing the quality and optimizing them for your specific tasks.

Our mission

We strive to be the global leader in the large format scanning industry built on a passion for technology and great customer experiences.

How do we plan on doing it?

  • providing the best imaging solutions for business partners around the world
  • continuously improving our business practices, products and services
  • creating superior financial returns for our partners
  • having a dedicated team sharing a passion for our business

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Contex Head Office


Global Scanning Denmark A/S
2 Svanevang
DK-3450 Alleroed
CVR/VAT No. 12759282
Phone: +45 4814 1122
E-mail: [email protected]

Contex North & South America Office

Global Scanning Americas (MD) Inc.
14155 Sulleyfield Circle suite C
Chantilly, VA. 20151

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Phone: +1 (703) 964 9850
E-mail:[email protected]

Press Contact:

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Jacob Bendix, VP Global Sales & Marketing
E-mail: [email protected]

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Contex Asia Pacific Office

Global Scanning Japan A/S
19th Floor Yokohama Creation Square, 5-1, Sakae-cho, Kanagawa-ku
Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken Japan 221-0052

Phone: +81 3 3669 5515
E-mail: [email protected]

Contex EMEA-India Office

Global Scanning Denmark A/S
2 Svanevang
DK-3450 Alleroed

Phone: +45 4814 1122
E-mail: [email protected]

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