GE Makes a Move in Ultrasound
Can anyone challenge Hewlett-Packard's lead in the ultrasound market? GE is trying, supplementing its own effort with this deal which essentially brings it the old Diasonics business, once one of the leaders in ultrasound. The Diasonics technology, purchased from Elbit, should get a boost from GE's strong reputation among customers, while GE will benefit from a strong, dedicated selling presence.
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