The service allows consumers to order high quality prints of digital pictures as well as personalised gift items such as customised T-shirts, mousepads or coffee mugs. It also lets individuals share digital pictures with friends and family online.
The computer and imaging provider said that the deal will help it extend the reach of its online photo services in Europe.
Pixaco is headquartered in Germany and operates in 11 countries including France and the UK.
HP earlier this year bought the Snapfish online digital photo service which operates in the US and UK. The service has 20 million registered users, HP said, and is growing at a rate of one million users a month.
In addition to selling directly to consumers through its website, HP is providing the Snapfish service as a white label offering to retailers.
In the US, for instance, Snapfish operates the online digital photo ordering service for the Walgreens chain of drugstores, including a one-hour photo service. The company is planning to launch similar services in Europe.
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