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On December 15, Linxdatacenter received the “DatacenterDynamics Datacenter Leaders Award 2011” in the category “Innovation in the Mega-Data centre”.
SAN FRANCISCO and TALLINN, Estonia, June 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Guidewire Group, the world's leading analyst firm focused exclusively on startups and emerging markets, held a regional 'Pitch Slam' event in Tallinn, Estonia on June 2, 2010 as part of the Innovate!2010 competition.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/640a4b/the_taiwanese_desk) has announced the addition of the "The Taiwanese Desktop PC Industry, 3Q 2008" report to their offering.
TALLINN, Estonia and COPENHAGEN, June 27 /PRNewswire/ -- - New Charter Brings Equity, Performance and Accountability to Health Sector Ministers of health from 53 countries (1), which make the WHO European Region, today signed a new charter on health systems, committing themselves to concrete and measurable action on strengthening health systems that will allow both their own people and the international community to hold them to account.
Ministers of health, experts and more than 500 delegates from 53 countries are meeting in Estonia, to discuss the relationship between health and wealth.
COPENHAGEN and TALLINN, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- - European Health Ministers Meet to Focus on Link Between Health and Economic Success.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - A Finnish helicopter carrying 14 people crashed into the Baltic Sea off Estonia on Wednesday and Estonian officials said all on board were believed dead.
HELSINKI (Reuters) - A Finnish helicopter with 12 passengers and two crew crashed into the Baltic Sea off Estonia on Wednesday and Estonian officials said all on board were believed dead.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - All 12 passengers and two crew on a Finnish helicopter which crashed into the Baltic Sea off Estonia on Wednesday are feared dead, the deputy head of Estonia's civil aviation authority said. "They are believed dead. Typically people cannot survive a crash like this.
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Finnish helicopter with 12 passengers and two crew crashed into the Baltic Sea off Estonia in stormy weather on Wednesday, and rescuers said they could see no sign of any survivors.