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a city in southeastern Germany on the Elbe River

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org), published twice a year prior to the International Supercomputer Conference held this week in Dresden, Germany, and the Supercomputing Conference held in November, ranks supercomputers worldwide according to their performance on the LINPACK benchmark.
DRESDEN, Germany & GLASGOW, United Kingdom -- Nallatech today announced a family of High Performance Computing (HPC) offerings designed to be hosted in IBM's BladeCenter applications, including financial modeling, seismic processing and academic research.
The multi-million dollar order encompasses 100 enterprise software licenses that have been installed and integrated at AMD's Fab 30 in Dresden, Germany, Fab 25 in Austin, Texas and the Sub-Micron Development Center in Sunnyvale, California.
11, Herta, a Hart High graduate and Valencia resident, was in Dresden, Germany, for the first CART FedEx Championship Series race ever on the European continent.
Headquartered in Dresden, Germany, ZMD has 250 employees worldwide and serves customers from the company's offices in Melville, NY; Stuttgart, Germany; Newcastle, England; Paris, France; Tokyo, Japan, Hsinchu City, Taiwan and Bangalore, India.
The company was forced to temporarily close its specialty paper mill at Heidenau because of flooding southwest of Dresden, Germany.
Fixit: The Dresden Hotel in Dresden, Germany, offers pampering for guests - and their cars.
DRESDEN, Germany -- Novaled has achieved groundbreaking results in lifetime, voltage and efficiency of top emitting RGB stacks with its PIN OLED technology.
Damages on the continent added up to more than 25 billion Euros, and in Dresden, Germany, the Elbe River reached 9.
DRESDEN, Germany -- After passing his law exams in 1990, Harry started his career as an attorney in private practice, with a focus on commercial and company law.
7 CELL, Suzanne Eaton of the Max Planck Institute for Molecular Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden, Germany, and her colleagues describe observations in fruit fly embryos of vesicles that they dub argosomes.