News | Digital Radiography (DR) | November 08, 2016

Rayence Co. Ltd. Acquires Osko Digital X-ray Solutions

Company will also showcase XR5 floor-mounted tube DR system at RSNA 2016

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November 8, 2016 — Rayence Inc. announced today their parent company, Rayence Co. Ltd., acquired Miami-based Osko Digital X-ray Solutions. The purchase was said to have been completed in late September.

Osko sells ultrasound systems and digital radiography (DR) X-ray solutions, as well as picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) and auto-stitching software. Recently, Osko expanded its reach into the Mid-East Asian market after successfully pioneering a government contracting business, and successfully overcame high market entry barriers in the Latin American market.

Rayence expects to leverage this new competitive advantage with its existing detector distribution and production core values and software solutions, to further promote Rayence’s total imaging solution business in the United States. As part of this robust equipment portfolio, Rayence, is showcasing the XR5 Digital Radiography System — a floor-mounted tube DR system capable of X-ray tube auto tracking and multi-image auto stitching — at the 2016 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA 2016).

Osko produces and supplies to Rayence Inc. the newly developed user-friendly veterinary DR system, “MyVet” with the world’s first 72-inch vertical image SID DR solution.

Osko will be the main resource center for development, production, logistics and customer services while Rayence Inc., located in New Jersey, will be devoted to all marketing and sales activities. The combined organization focuses on the outpatient medical market such as ambulatory surgical centers, urgent care centers, hospital clinics and freestanding imaging centers. It also targets niche markets such as veterinary, especially the small animal market, as well as the equine, chiropractic and podiatry markets.

For more information: www.rayenceusa.com

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