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Smart Grid Sets HPC Course

Oct 7, 2014 |

When the power goes out, customers aren’t the only ones kept in the dark. The outage can come as a surprise to electricity providers too, which helps explain why electric companies are moving to more transparent reporting systems. Taking a page from supercomputing, scientists at GE Global Research are developing new software using the power

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Jet Engine Noise Research Takes Off

Jul 7, 2014 |

For people living near large international airports, loud aircraft noise is a never-ending nuisance. The noise pollution has even been linked to increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Some airports are helping pay for the sound-proofing of area homes, but the makers of these engines so necessary to 21st century travel and commerce are approaching the

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Supercomputers Boost Jet Engine Design

Jun 11, 2014 |

The United States is home to many of the world’s top supercomputers, powerful machines that enable a wide-range of research efforts, from exploring the outer reaches of the universe to enabling faster, quieter and more efficient jet engines. As revealed in a recent report, a group of GE engineers are working with researchers from Arizona

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GE to Share Supercomputing, Engineering Insights

Jul 14, 2011 |

General Electric is discussing some lessons learned from its Advanced Computing Lab in a series of learning sessions.

General Electric Explores Industrial Applications for Cloud Computing

Feb 25, 2011 |

General Electric has been a pioneer in cloud computing in the large enterprise context and is making strides to further develop its industrial and research reach via the cloud.