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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Prof Paul Spencer, Dean of the College of Physical & Applied Sciences at Bangor University said: "This recent development, alongside the partnerships created last year between Bangor University, GE Nuclear Energy Ltd and the Centre for Nuclear Engineering, Imperial College London to develop an ABWR Research Hub and Network, herald exciting times for nuclear teaching and research at Bangor University.
Fuller started his career with GE Nuclear Energy in 1989 and rose to roles of increasing responsibility.
Through this joint research, Hitachi plans to evaluate the performance and safety of RBWRs, which is being developed by Hitachi and Hitachi GE Nuclear Energy, and to study plans for testing with a view toward practical applications with each university.
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, based in Wilmington, N.C., leads the alliance outside of Japan, and Hitachi GE Nuclear Energy, based in Tokyo, leads the alliance in Japan.
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