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a city in east central Germany

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Portunus is system level simulation software which was developed in cooperation with Adapted Solutions of Chemnitz, Germany and Cedrat of Grenoble, France.
Athletics: Jason Gardener's European 60 metres title defence next weekend suffered another setback when he managed only third place at an indoor meeting in Chemnitz, Germany last night.
The machines are made at the Union factory in Chemnitz, Germany, where the company was founded.
Timken has been supplying needle bearings to the hydraulic pump and motor division in Chemnitz, Germany, for four years.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- While the majority of multi-platinum hip-hop recording artists still play theatres and clubs in Europe, 50 Cent will wrap up a successful international tour in Europe tonight in Chemnitz, Germany performing in front of a huge sold-out arena audience.
Herold holds a degree in mechanical engineering from the Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany.
Stefan holds a degree as Diplomingenieur in Computer Science and Information Technology from the Technische Universitat Chemnitz, Germany.
Convera (Nasdaq:CNVR) today announced that the regional tax authority in Chemnitz, Germany is using Convera's RetrievalWare(R) search, retrieval and categorization software to assist in its ongoing criminal investigations.
Under terms of the transaction, Commercial Intertech will acquire operations in Rochlitz and Chemnitz, Germany, employing approximately 375 people.
July 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Cerner Corporation (NASDAQ: CERN) today announced that an agreement has been signed with Staedtische Kliniken Chemnitz hospital located in Chemnitz, Germany to implement an array of Cerner's Healthcare Network Architecture (HNA) software products in a series of phases.
The company's name was coined in 1852, when two needlemaking companies, Theodor Groz & Sohne, Ebingen, Germany, and Ernst Beckert, Chemnitz, Germany, were founded.