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Kodak releases its Medical Imaging System

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Kodak releases its Medical Imaging SystemEastman Kodak has begun shipments of its Kodak Distributed Medical Imaging system. The Rochester, NY-based company presented the system at last year’s RSNA show, and began receiving orders earlier

Kodak releases its Medical Imaging System

Eastman Kodak has begun shipments of its Kodak Distributed Medical Imaging system. The Rochester, NY-based company presented the system at last year’s RSNA show, and began receiving orders earlier this year (

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1/99). It includes Kodak 1000 Distributed Medical Image Server, Kodak Distributed Medical Image Web viewers, three print spooler options, and two low-cost medical imagers, Kodak 3600 and 1200.

The vendor has also announced that it will be selling its laser imaging product line through selected x-ray products distributors, in addition to its own sales force and imaging modality manufacturers. The new network of x-ray distributors will market the Kodak DryView line of laser imagers and Kodak Ektascan 2180 laser printers.

In other Kodak news, subsidiary Cemax-Icon has appointed Ronald Heath as vice president of service. Heath joins Fremont, CA-based Cemax-Icon after more than 27 years of experience in the imaging market. He comes to the post from Acuson, where he was director of service, and will focus on boosting Cemax-Icon’s worldwide service and support team.

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