Analogic Receives Award for Medical Devices Technology Leadership

3/26/2004 - Analogic Corporation (NASDAQ: ALOG) was presented with the 2004 Medical Devices Technology Leadership of the Year Award at Frost & Sullivan’s annual Global Excellence in Medical Devices Awards Banquet held in San Francisco on March 24, 2004.

The award is presented to a company that pioneers the development and introduction of an innovative technology and provides leadership in the successful promotion of the technology and its continuing impact in technology commercialization. Frost & Sullivan also commended Analogic’s continued commitment to research and development, calling it one of the keys to the company’s success.

The award was presented to John W. Wood Jr., President & CEO of Analogic, who gave the keynote speech at the banquet. In his presentation on the future of medical imaging, Wood noted that some observers believe the golden era of medical imaging technology is over. “Looking backward, that might appear to be true,” said Wood, “but looking forward it is evident that an exciting new era is well underway. With tremendous advances being made in specialized anatomical, functional, and minimally invasive imaging, including digital radiography and PET/CT, and supported by fast, versatile software, we see innumerable opportunities for advancing medical technology and the quality of medical care.”

This past December Analogic was also selected as one of the medical imaging industry’s “Top 10 Companies” in Medical Imaging magazine’s annual survey of its readers.

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Analogic Corporation is a leading designer and manufacturer of advanced health and security systems and subsystems sold to Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). The Company is recognized worldwide for advancing the state of the art in Computed Tomography (CT), Digital Radiography (DR), Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Patient Monitoring, Cardiovascular Information Management, and Embedded Multiprocessing.

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