Philips Agrees to Acquire Maker of Medical Devices for $1.2 Billion

Acquisition of Volcano, a maker of catheter-based imaging and measurement devices, would bolster Philips’s lineup of medical imaging devices and expand its opportunities to sell its existing products to Volcano customers.

Acquisition of Volcano, a maker of catheter-based imaging and measurement devices, would bolster Philips’s lineup of medical imaging devices and expand its opportunities to sell its existing products to Volcano customers.

Source:: Philips Agrees to Acquire Maker of Medical Devices for $1.2 Billion

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