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IDC signs agreement with Toshiba Canada

CALGARY – Imaging Dynamics Company (IDC) has announced the signing of a national distribution agreement with Toshiba Canada to distribute the IDC Direct Digital X-Ray product line.

“The agreement is right for both companies. IDC digital radiology (DR) products fit well into our current medical imaging product portfolio,” said Behram Engineer, general manager and vice president, Toshiba Canada X-Ray Systems. “IDC’s line of CCD based digital X-Ray products has a strong reputation for quality and value.”

Toshiba Canada provides sales, service and support directly to hospitals and medical institutions across the country. “This is an important milestone for IDC that delivers an unprecedented level of credibility and opportunity,” stated Darryl Stein, president & CEO of IDC. “Toshiba Medical Systems is a recognized leader in medical imaging and its Canadian division is first in the world.”

About Toshiba Canada
Toshiba of Canada Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Toshiba Corporation. The Canadian division is well established as an $825 million Financial Post 500 company with more than 400 employees and 36 years of Canadian operations. Toshiba Medical Systems Corporation, an independent group company of Toshiba Corporation, is a global leading provider of diagnostic medical imaging systems and comprehensive medical solutions, such as CT, X-ray, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, MRI and information systems, as well as cardiac cath and EP labs.

About IDC
IDC ( is an emerging leader in providing affordable Digital Radiography (DR) systems around the world. IDC Xplorer Direct Capture technology replaces conventional film based X-ray. IDC digital technology provides the industry’s highest resolution images, required for modern Electronic Medical Records networks.