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Feb. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Cummins Power Generation Inc., a leading global supplier of backup power generation systems for data centers and other mission-critical facilities, announced the launch of a new website specifically focused on product and technical information to support the needs of its data center customers.
The launch of
http://cumminsdatapower.com further demonstrates Cummins Power Generation's emphasis on improving its products, packaging, educational information and marketing in one of the biggest growth segments in the world today — backup power for data centers.
Cummins Power Generation recently released a range of Data Center Continuous ratings across its high-horsepower diesel generator sets, matching product ratings to actual applications — a decision that has been received positively across the industry.
"We continually hear from data center customers and consulting engineers around the world that they want fast, easy access to information directly related to data center product offerings," said
Brent Ness, global data center segment leader for Cummins Power Generation.
"This website not only contains product information, it also contains technical bulletins, white papers, and other information relevant to the application, operation and maintenance of the complete backup power system in data centers," Ness said.
For those seeking the latest information related to data center products, cumminsdatapower.com is a "one-stop shop".
About Cummins Power Generation
Cummins Power Generation, a subsidiary of Cummins Inc. (NYSE: CMI), is a global leader dedicated to increasing the availability and reliability of electric power around the world. With more than 90 years of experience, the company's global network of distributors in more than 190 countries delivers innovative solutions for any power need — commercial, industrial, recreational, emergency and residential.
NOTE TO EDITORS: This news release and a photograph of a DCC-rated generator set are available for downloading at