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General Electric

(company)
(GE) A US company that manufactured computers from 1956 until 1970, when it sold its computer division to Honeywell and left the computer business. Notable GE computers were the GE-265, which supported the Dartmouth Time-sharing System (DTSS), and the GE-645 used for Multics development.

See also GCOS.

Not to be confused with the General Electric Company (GEC) in the UK (where FOLDOC's first seeds were sown).
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Both power stations are owned by Vattenfall and the orders with Finshyttan HydroPower were placed by GE Hydro Inepar AB.
The equipment will be manufactured by GE Hydro Asia from its manufacturing facility in Xiaoshan, Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province.
Yan spent 11 years at General Electric Company (GE) in both the United States and Asia, serving in a number of key roles in corporate financial management including Tax Controller of GE Energy, CFO and Board Director of GE Hydro Equipment Asia, Ltd.
Some 20 Chinese hydro equipment makers now sell turbines abroad and market leaders Harbin Electrical Machinery Co and Shanghai-based Dongfang Electrical Machinery Co are being groomed ultimately as competitors for global peers like Voith Siemens, GE Hydro and Alstom.
List of key industry participants: Vestas, Enercon, GE Wind, Gamesa Eolica, Siemens wind power services, Nordex, RE power, De wind, Garrad hassan, BONUS, MADE wind, Shell Solar, Isofoton SA, GAIA solar, Versiko ASS, alstom hydropower, GE hydro, Andritz, Voith Siemens, Gilbert Gilkes and Gordon, Fortum, VA tech, babcock & wilcox volund, AKER Kvaerner, Lurgi Lentjes, ansaldo, ormat, GE Biomass
Moore previously served in executive services roles and as president of GE Hydro Energy, a products and services business based in Oslo, Norway.
List of Key Industry Participants: AKER Kvaerner, Alstom Hydropower, Andritz, Ansaldo, Babcock and Wilcox Volund, BONUS, De wind, Enercon, Fortum, GAIA Solar, Gamesa Eolica, Garrad Hassan, GE Biomass, GE Hydro, GE Wind, Gilbert Gilkes & Gordon, Isofoton SA, Lurgi Lentjes, MADE wind, Nordex, Ormat, REpower, Shell Solar, Siemens Wind Power Services, VA TECH, Versiko ASS, Vestas, Voith Siemens
The joint venture, to be named GE Hydro Inepar do Brasil S.
Danka recruited Popielec from General Electric Company where he had a distinguished, seventeen-year career as an executive and officer, serving in such positions as President and Chief Executive Officer, GE Power Controls, Industrial Systems; General Manager, GE Hydro Power Systems, and President Director of PT GE Lokomotif Indonesia Transportation Systems.
GE Hydro, in association with GE Capital, arranged export credit financing through the Export Agency of Norway.