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exa

One quintillion (10 to the 18th power). See exabyte and space/time.
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This represents a fully diluted equity value for Exa of approximately USD 400m.
With the addition of Exa, Dassault SystAaAaAeA?mes' 3DEXPERIENCE platfo will provide customers with a proven, diverse portfolio of combined Lattice Boltmann fluid simulation technologies, as well as Exa's fully industrialised solutions and nearly 350 highly experienced simulation professionals.
Massimo Ribaldone, R&D Executive Director at SDF, commented, Before we enlisted the expertise of Exa, we were relying on one-dimensional simulations and physical testing to assess the cooling performance of our tractors and heavy-duty machinery.
Exa Corporation develops, sells and supports simulation software and services to enhance product performance, reduce product development costs and improve the efficiency of design and engineering processes.
Taught by automotive industry design leaders using cutting-edge Exa PowerFLOW simulations, Royal College of Art students gained unique insight into the design challenges facing today's automotive manufacturers--creating aerodynamically efficient yet exciting designs.
EXA chief Ronnie Nader said Ecuadorean engineers would monitor the nano-satellite but could only be sure of its fate some 36 to 48 hours after the suspected collision.
Al-Gomhuria said that EXA Solar, which is a full-service engineering, procurement and construction integration services provider of large-scale solar sytems to customers around the world, would contribute to the establishment of an integrated industrial plant for the production of solar power units with investments reaching $3.6 billion.
It is hypothesized that the mechanical properties of HPFRCC mixtures that contain EXA differ depending on whether the CSA EXA contains F-CaO or not.
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In our series running up to the eve of the Coral-Eclipse, we exa mine his record, focusing on a victory and a defeat each day vvCoral-Eclipse Sandown, July 2, 2011 Won at 4-6 fav Now Europe understood what the Australians' admiration had been all about.
Highlighting what is an exaFLOP, Computer scientists measure a supercomputer's performance in FLOPS, an acronym for FLoating Point Operations per Second, while "exa" is a metric prefix which stands for quintillion (or a billion billion).
Glowork, a website dedicated to women empowerment in the Middle East, said it has signed a deal with EXA Information Systems to create thousands of jobs for women in Saudi Arabia.