noun (used with a singular verb)
Origin of siemens
Definition for siemens (2 of 2)
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The current energy and industrial boom, according to Siemens President Joe Kaeser, “is a once-in-a-lifetime moment.”
A Siemens plant in Ford Madison, Iowa, laid off 407 workers this fall.
Yet it seemed to target only Siemens computers at the Natanz facility involved in enriching uranium.New Computer Malware May Presage Another Cyberattack, Potentially on Iran|R.M. Schneiderman|November 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
That was a settlement in which Siemens did not admit wrongdoing.
Similar incentives convinced Siemens to expand its wind turbine factory in Fort Madison Iowa.
While the advantages of the Siemens burner are many and obvious, it is not without its disadvantages.Gas Burners|Owen Merriman
This diminutive railway was referred to by an American magazine as "Siemens' electrical merry-go-round."The Story of Great Inventions|Elmer Ellsworth Burns
Here, too, is the great steel plant of the Siemens Company and many allied industries.In Unfamiliar England|Thomas Dowler Murphy
The use of superheated steam, however, still proved a drawback, and the Siemens engine has not been extensively used.Heroes of the Telegraph|J. Munro
Siemens employed a similar system, only substituting steam for air.