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Originally called International Business Machines. A major computer and information technology company. IBM develops software and hardware, provides network hosting, and offers IT consulting services. It is one of the only IT companies to trace its origins back more than 100 years. It was established in New York in 1896. After Coca-Cola, IBM is considered the second-most valuable brand name in the world.
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CONTACT: Yanis Bibelnieks of Charter Power Systems, 212-949-2295/
We are aggressively staking out a leadership position in energy automation solutions," said Mike Stoessl, Cooper Power Systems Group President.
Plans for the commercialization of the village power systems include "the retrofit of remote communities that operate continuously running diesel generator plants as well as those communities completely without power," according to Lawrence Mott, Director of Community Power Systems at New World.
Micro Power Systems has manufacturing operations in Santa Clara and Japan.
Liberty Series valve-regulated lead acid batteries, used for telecommunications reserve power systems, were developed and introduced by Charter Power Systems in 1992 and have become one of the industry's fastest growing product lines in North America.
This solar power system will reduce Peju's annual expense of electric utilities by approximately 35 percent.
GWANGJU, Korea -- PowerLight Corporation, the leading global provider of solar power systems, announced today the completion of the first phase (800 kW) of a 1 megawatt (MW) solar power project in Gwangju, Korea, located 200 miles south of Seoul.
LG&E Power Systems is a leader in the development, construction, operation and ownership of electric-power-generation facilities.
Today, PowerLight designs, deploys, and operates the largest solar power systems in the world through market-leading innovation and exceptional customer service.
Teleflex Power Systems, a supplier of auxiliary power units (APUs) and alternative fuel systems for heavy-duty truck, industrial vehicle, automotive and rail applications has been the exclusive manufacturer of APUs for Ecotrans since 2001.
Enova Systems Evaluates Valence's U-Charge([R]) Power Systems for Hybrid School Buses That Can Attain Up to 100 Percent Increase in Fuel Efficiency
Straightforward, systematic approach for designing reliable dc power systems for telecommunications

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