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Brooklyn Nets Select New York Imaging as Full-Service Digital X-Ray Provider

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 01/08/13 -- The Brooklyn Nets have selected Newburgh-based New York Imaging Service as its full-service digital X-ray provider.

New York Imaging Service is providing Barclays Center, the Nets home venue, with a top-of-the-line digital X-ray room with real-time digital radiography technology, provided by Carestream Health and Quantum Medical Imaging. New York Imaging's innovative cloud-based service system allows its engineers to deal with issues instantaneously via remote diagnostics and repair. In seconds, the highest quality scans afford team care providers the diagnostic confidence to make immediate diagnoses after the images' quick acquisition, processing, and viewing.

New York Imaging services some of the most prestigious medical institutions in the Northeast, and has provided the region with top-notch installation, service, and clinical and technological expertise in medical imaging since 2003. The company is known for its leading-edge diagnostic and service technology and exemplary attention to customer needs.

In the highly competitive industry of medical imaging, New York Imaging Service -- already the official X-ray equipment provider of Major League Baseball's New York Mets -- is an industry standout in its ability to bring medical diagnostic equipment, experience and real-time service to sports teams.

"New York Imaging Service is an important addition to our team by providing fast, high-tech imaging services for the Brooklyn Nets," said Andrew Schwartz, Vice President of Partnership Sales for the Brooklyn Nets.

New York Imaging Service has been a repeat choice in New York's professional sports history.

"Our investment into infrastructure and technology has clearly separated us from our competition," said Bill Haussmann, President and CEO of New York Imaging Service. "We customize our services to go above and beyond the equipment; we make the technology really work for our customers, now and into the future. We believe that it's the team behind the technology that matters. We're excited to be partnering with the Brooklyn Nets and to be providing state-of-the-art solutions to a state-of-the-art facility."

About New York Imaging Service
New York Imaging Service provides quality digital imaging products with highly trained service technicians to the medical imaging market. The company provides professional sports teams, hospitals, imaging centers, medical groups, orthopedics and radiology facilities with the support and products necessary to keep mission-critical environments up and running. The service behind the product is the key differentiator for smooth transitions and continuity of service. For more information, visit www.nyimagingservice.org.

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