General Electric

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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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GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy (GEH) and partner Hitachi GE Nuclear Energy (HGNE) are launching a new Global Unified Project Office at GEH's facility in San Jose, Calif.
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Andrew White has been named President of GE Nuclear Energy, Inc.
Tuesday, Exelon Nuclear was recognized with the GE Nuclear Energy Vendor Award, the Award for Equipment Reliability, and the Award for Work Management and Configuration Control.
Andrew White, 48, is President, GE Nuclear Energy, serving in this role since January 2003.
The contract, awarded to GE Nuclear Energy based in San Jose, California, is for the development of the technology to convert the AVLIS product into uranium oxide for light water reactor fuel.
The Cardinal Cogen facility was next, becoming certified in July 2000, and other GE operations followed: Garrett Aviation in Los Angeles in January 2001, Vallecitos Nuclear Center in Sunol in March, 2001, and GE Nuclear Energy, San Jose, which achieved certification in August, 2002.