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Kodak finalizes Nova MicroSonics buy

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Eastman Kodak has completed its acquisition of the Nova MicroSonics division of ultrasound vendor ATL. Executives of the Rochester, NY-based film and digital imaging giant welcomed Nova into the Kodak fold in a ceremony held April 30 at Nova's Allendale,

Eastman Kodak has completed its acquisition of the Nova MicroSonics division of ultrasound vendor ATL. Executives of the Rochester, NY-based film and digital imaging giant welcomed Nova into the Kodak fold in a ceremony held April 30 at Nova's Allendale, NJ, headquarters.

ATL, of Bothell, WA, agreed to sell Nova to Kodak in February (SCAN 2/19/97). Nova developed the Access ultrasound image management workstation, which Kodak has integrated into its line of PACS products.

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