8/8/2003 - Pinnacle Data Systems, Inc. (PDSi) (AMEX: PNS), announced that it has been chosen by LORAD Medical, a division of Hologic, Inc. (NASDAQ:HOLX) to provide computer system controllers for its next generation of Full Field Digital Mammography Systems. PDSi has served Hologic in the past as a partner in the design of their bone densitometry systems and was chosen for this program based upon their ability to satisfy the demanding requirements and product lifecycle support necessary for such a mission-critical device. Initial shipments from PDSi began early in 2003.
John D. Bair, PDSi Chairman, CEO and President, said “PDSi has been a partner with the team at Hologic for several years and is proud to have the opportunity to work with LORAD Medical to assist in bringing another innovative, life-saving product to the marketplace.”
PDSi provides technical services and solutions, encompassing the development and production of embedded (built-in) computer systems and components, and the testing and repair of computer systems, components and peripherals, to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in, among others, the computer, computer peripheral, data storage, digital-imaging, process-control, and telecommunications equipment industries. PDSi offers a full range of services to increase product speed to market and engineered product life, and to provide service and support to units in the field through comprehensive product lifecycle management programs encompassing depot repair, advanced exchange, contact center support and end-of-life control. For more information, visit the PDSi Web-site at www.pinnacle.com.
Hologic, Inc. is a leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of medical imaging systems dedicated to serving the healthcare needs of women, and a leading developer of state-of-the-art digital imaging technology for general radiography and mammography applications. Hologic’s core business units are focused on osteoporosis assessment, mammography and breast biopsy, direct-to-digital X-ray for general radiography applications and mini C-arm imaging for orthopedic applications.
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