TOTOKU will finally convert to JVC

A strong brand for a wide range of medical applications.
In 2013 JVCKENWOOD corporation merged with the monitor and display manufacturer TOTOKU. The expected synergies in the development and distribution of joint solutions and TOTOKU products are now reborn with JVC brand.

Photo: TOTOKU will finally convert to JVC

This conversion is now reflected through the year, as TOTOKU finally becomes JVC. "This renaming demonstrates the firm's clear commitment to the medical field," says Marcel Herrmann, Marketing Manager TOTOKU. "Since the acquisition, we bundled our know-how and gradually developed new areas and applications."

The first result was a display for pathology, followed by a video solution based on a 4K video-capable camera from the broadcast area DICOM Preset Viewing Monitor. "From TOTOKU to JVC, we are now equipped with a strong brand with which we will in the future serve a wide range of applications," says the Marketing Manager.

Source: ralf buchholz healthcare communications


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