Kodak's wireless arm goes independent

Eastman Kodak is spinning off its wireless technology arm as an independent company. The new business, dubbed Appairent Technologies, will develop technology for wireless transmission of high-quality video, still images and data, Kodak said. Ted Wurzburg, who formerly served as entrepreneur-in-residence at Trillium, will be CEO of Appairent. Kodak announced in November that it was reorganizing its corporate structure and eliminating some businesses and product lines. --Margaret Kane, Special to ZDNet News

Eastman Kodak is spinning off its wireless technology arm as an independent company.

The new business, dubbed Appairent Technologies, will develop technology for wireless transmission of high-quality video, still images and data, Kodak said.

Ted Wurzburg, who formerly served as entrepreneur-in-residence at Trillium, will be CEO of Appairent.

Kodak announced in November that it was reorganizing its corporate structure and eliminating some businesses and product lines. --Margaret Kane, Special to ZDNet News

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