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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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6 billion purchase of GE Plastics (Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA) from General Electric Co.
GE Plastics had profits of $675 million on sales of $6.
has announced a definitive agreement to sell its GE Plastics division to Saudi Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) for an announced value of $11.
GE Plastics has installed a high-temperature melt spinning fiber line supplied by Hills, Inc.
a joint venture of GE Plastics and PPG Industries, is exploring it to compression mold Class A car parts from SuperLite glass-mat thermoplastic (GMT) composite sheet.
The new resins will help global automotive manufacturers address critical environmental concerns of conserving energy, lowering greenhouse gas emissions and reducing post-consumer waste, according to GE Plastics.
GE Plastics, working in conjunction with its global customers, has developed a new white grade of its Ultem polyetherimide (PEI) film.
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Rice, 40, is the newest member of the GE 12, joining the top ranks from an overseas post as president of GE Plastics-Pacific, the fastest growing area in GE Plastics.
NEW YORK -- At the MD&M East show in New York, GE Plastics introduces in-house co-injection processing expertise for the healthcare industry.
GE Plastics has introduced in-house, coinjection blow-molding technology that allows the company's crystal-clear, "virtually unbreakable" Lexan HP polycarbonate resins to be integrated with traditional barrier materials.
Material savings result from the material displaced by the gas, and Mack was also able to use a less expensive resin, Geloy ASA from GE Plastics to maintain the necessary structural and cosmetic properties.