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Short Take: Kodak teams with Olympus and Dell

Eastman Kodak announced that it will be teaming with Olympus Optical and Dell Computer to expand the market for digital photography. Kodak aims to take a leadership position in the rapidly emerging digital photography market, but it has found the transition from film to bits to be a difficult one. Kodak and Olympus each have over 1,000 patented technologies, which they will share as they work together to promote better ways of storing and printing pictures. The announcement with Dell involves Latin American markets, where Kodak's more than 3,500 Kodak Express Stores will be outfitted with Dell's computers and software applications so they can offer digital technology services.

Eastman Kodak announced that it will be teaming with Olympus Optical and Dell Computer to expand the market for digital photography. Kodak aims to take a leadership position in the rapidly emerging digital photography market, but it has found the transition from film to bits to be a difficult one.

Kodak and Olympus each have over 1,000 patented technologies, which they will share as they work together to promote better ways of storing and printing pictures. The announcement with Dell involves Latin American markets, where Kodak's more than 3,500 Kodak Express Stores will be outfitted with Dell's computers and software applications so they can offer digital technology services.