Kodak to provide imaging equipment to Olympics

Eastman Kodak will contribute imaging equipment to the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympic Winter Games. The Rochester, NY-based firm said it will supply the Olympic Polyclinic with technology such as its DirectView DR 9000 digital radiography system, DirectView diagnostic workstations, 3600 Distributed Medical Imager (DMI), and a variety of dental products.

Kodak is also working with other equipment providers at the Polyclinic, including GE Medical Systems. GE is providing a mobile MRI system, while Philips Ultrasound is supplying an ultrasound scanner.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
January 11, 2002

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