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Analogic absorbs Camtronics

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After 15 years of cohabitation, Analogic and Camtronics have taken the leap. The two have been joined at the hip since Camtronics Medical Systems was founded in 1986 as a partially owned subsidiary of Analogic. Since then, Analogic has held 82% of

After 15 years of cohabitation, Analogic and Camtronics have taken the leap. The two have been joined at the hip since Camtronics Medical Systems was founded in 1986 as a partially owned subsidiary of Analogic. Since then, Analogic has held 82% of Camtronics’ stock, and it has now acquired the remaining shares. Executives described the move as demonstrating Analogic’s commitment to the integration of all inpatient and outpatient cardiac patient data. Establishing Camtronics as a wholly owned subsidiary will allow the company direct support from Analogic’s technological and corporate resources. Camtronics boasts one of the largest installed bases of network archive systems in the imaging industry. Analogic designs and manufactures advanced systems and subsystems sold to medical, industrial, and telecommunications OEMs.

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