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Highly Secure ScanFront 400 CAC/PIV Designed to Comply with Federal Government Mandates
New imageRUNNER ADVANCE and imageCLASS Models to Deliver Consistent Design, Reliable Performance and Intuitive User Experience
Expansion of Canon Solutions Portfolio Empowers Customers with Cloud-Based Information Management, Establishes Canon as a Box and mxHero Reseller
varioPRINT 140 Series Provides Reliability with Outstanding Productivity
PRISMAdirect and PRISMAprepare Solutions Unlocked Opportunities Through Workflow Efficiency
Twenty-one Novallele genotyping assays that detect distinct mutations of the CFTR gene are now available
Reliable Multifunction Systems Push the Boundaries in the High-Volume Category
Multifunction Systems Receive Various "Pick" Awards for Exceptional Reliability, including A3 Line of the Year, A Celebrated Buyers Laboratory Award
EOS M6 Camera Fuses Outstanding Image Quality, Dual Pixel CMOS AF and Improved Manual Control in a Small and Lightweight Digital Camera Body
New DSLR Additions are Joined by New Compact EF-S Lens and Canon's First-Ever Remote Utilizing Bluetooth® Technology³
New paper type unveiled at WPPI helps Dreamlabo 5000 users explore opportunities for new products
Document Solutions Help Firms Achieve Flexible, Transparent Workflows
Japan's exporters are facing pressure to decide on their stance against Trump's 'America First' policy.
Toshiba said Friday it will spin off a part of its chip business in a bid to strengthen its finances eroded by the losses link to its U.S. nuclear unit.
Samples comprised of six photographs from Canon Explorers of Light printed on new Canon Photo and Fine Art media
The troubled electronics maker could raise over $1.8 billion by spinning off its chip business.
Canon, Tokyo Electron, Permira, Bain have reportedly emerged as potential investors in Toshiba's chip business.