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Colorado Medtech buys Creos

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Imaging OEM component provider Colorado Medtech has added to its medical imaging portfolio with the acquisition of Creos Technologies, an Englewood, CO-based provider of x-ray generator subsystems. Boulder, CO-based Colorado Medtech purchased Creos for

Imaging OEM component provider Colorado Medtech has added to its medical imaging portfolio with the acquisition of Creos Technologies, an Englewood, CO-based provider of x-ray generator subsystems. Boulder, CO-based Colorado Medtech purchased Creos for $2 million and plans to integrate the assets into its Imaging and Power Systems division, which designs and develops MRI components and systems for OEMs. Colorado Medtech also develops and manufactures electromechanical assemblies and software for ultrasound, CT, x-ray, and nuclear medicine systems.
In a related story, a Colorado Tech student buys Oreos.

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