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Kodak takes equity stake in CAD firm R2

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Kodak has expanded its relationship with R2 Technology by making an undisclosed equity investment in the computer-aided detection software developer. Kodak intends to integrate the R2 software into its computed radiography and digital

Kodak has expanded its relationship with R2 Technology by making an undisclosed equity investment in the computer-aided detection software developer. Kodak intends to integrate the R2 software into its computed radiography and digital radiography systems. Kodak and R2 formed a strategic alliance in October to collaborate on new CAD applications for integration into Kodak's current and future CR and DR systems.


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