Contact Us : 800-257-5235 criticaleg.com Even the Smallest Power Distruption can affect Campus Systems & Facilities It only takes a few seconds of lost power to impact campus operations. Generators aren’t enough to protect computer and network infrastructures or ensure student safety. From surges to outages, CEG’s power solutions protect against all types of debilitating…

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As we close out this decade, scientists have reported that the past ten years were the warmest recorded on Earth. Eight of those years were the warmest since we’ve been recording global temperatures! The Data Center Industry is one of the fastest growing energy consumers contributing to this climate change. Data centers will soon consume…

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CEG presents at Data Center World 2020

Critical Environments Group (CEG) is pleased to announce that it will be represented at the Data Center World 2020 by its Director of Data Center Solutions Andrew Graham. Mr. Graham will discuss the importance of real-time environmental monitoring in all types of data centers, but with a focus on those with hybrid data center strategy…

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Glassboro, New Jersey –  November 5, 2019 – Critical Environments Group℠ (CEG), a leading provider of data center infrastructure optimization solutions, today announced that it has received a 2019 Technology Elite Award from US Business News magazine. The company was named the top Critical Infrastructure Consultancy in the Eastern United States. CEG’s award profile can…

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Technology. It’s ever-changing. Fast-paced. Complex. How can any company or organization, no matter which industry or market, keep up? The answer lies in flexible, adaptable, and agile data center physical infrastructure and real-time management software. Responsible for the day-to-day operations of the University of Massachusetts Medical Center’s 7,500 square foot data center, David Plamondon, Data…

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Marshall County occupies 710 square miles on Mississippi’s northern border, just across from Tennessee. Founded in 1836, this primarily agricultural area is home to just over 37,000 residents. Recently the county built a new industrial park. As a result, the school district anticipates growth as people and businesses move into the area and more students…

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