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GE announces Year 2000 program

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GE Medical Systems has announced a program designed to address its customers' Year 2000 needs. While it expects that the majority of its installed base will not encounter any Year 2000 issues, the Milwaukee vendor is offering a Year 2000 warranty on new

GE Medical Systems has announced a program designed to address its customers' Year 2000 needs. While it expects that the majority of its installed base will not encounter any Year 2000 issues, the Milwaukee vendor is offering a Year 2000 warranty on new system purchases and will provide software upgrades on currently manufactured systems at no charge to customers. For older systems no longer manufactured by GE, the company will also offer a software solution or a functional workaround, both complimentary. The vendor's Year 2000 updates will be available over the next 18 months.

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