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University Hospital of Jena
University Hospital of Jena
University Hospital of Jena The hospital Universitätsklinikum Jena is based in the city of Jena, situated in the eastern part of the German federal state, Thüringen. The medical faculty at the University of Jena was one of the first departments to be created. Over the course of centuries, the hospital has expanded and been re-organised several times. Today, it is one of the biggest employers in the area and its staff consists of 4,300 doctors, assistant physicians, medical technicians, nurses and other employees. Currently, 1,900 medical and dentistry students are enrolled at the University. In all, the hospital is composed of 26 clinics treating 250,000 patients per year
ATM Solutions group secures head office
ATM Solutions group secures head office
ATM Solutions Group ATM Solutions Group, a member of the Transaction Capital group, is the largest independent user of Automated Teller Machines in South Africa. The company, one of the bigger players in the ATM market in South Africa, provides ATMs to retailers and corporate customers. The head office is based in Johannesburg and there are several offices in various other South African cities. ATM Solutions provides a turn-key solution to retailers who desire an in-store ATM, while offering ATMs at reasonable prices, lower than those of any bank. The ATM Solutions business model centres on service, as opposed to the traditional bank-owned ATM models.
Commerzbank-Arena Frankfurt
Commerzbank-Arena Frankfurt
Commerzbank-Arena The Commerzbank-Arena is a football stadium in Frankfurt, Germany, with the capacity to seat 52,300 spectators. It is still known by many – especially the fans of football club ‘Eintracht Frankfurt’ – as the ‘Waldstadion’. Extensive refurbishments were made for the 2006 FIFA World Cup tournament, hosted in Germany. The stadium was almost completely rebuilt and modernised, and is now one of Germany’s largest stadiums.
Tsolar
Tsolar
T-Solar T-Solar (www.t-solar.com) is a pioneering independent power producer. Subsidiary of the Isolux Corsan group, it currently has an installed capacity of 168 MWp in Spain and Italy. The photovoltaic power stations in operation generate over 250 GWh per year of clean electricity. This is the equivalent to the average annual electricity consumption of a town of 51,000 homes. In addition, at itsfactory in Orense (Galicia), T-Solar producesthe largest modules available on the market, using thin-film amorphous-silicon technology. This helps reduce costs and increaseperformance. Its fully automated plant has a production capacity of 50 MW per year, the equivalent to 700,000 m² of solar panels.
MediaCityUK
MediaCityUK
MediaCityUK Appropriately enough, the UK’s first media city has its roots in the ambitions of one of the world’s biggest media brands. The BBC announced in 2004 that it wanted to relocate five London-based departments to a new northern media centre in Salford Quays. MediaCityUK offers a different way of working. Through high speed connectivity, a purpose-built infrastructure, changes in the supply chain, and flexible training and development for staff, MediaCityUK wants to help its tenants embrace and exploit every opportunity.