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City that Never Sleeps is Sleeping on Unnecessary Grid Risks!

By Andrew Graham | Aug 8, 2019
Backup power and UPS systems for municipalities

Andrew Graham comments on New York’s recent outages and the importance of backup power for municipalities. Technologies exist that use less power and provide continuous power. So why are we all sleeping on alleviating these risks? View the full article on his LinkedIn page.

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How IoT is promoting growth in the Micro Data Center Market

By Rob Huttemann | Jun 28, 2019

By 2020, 21 billion things will be connected via IoT. With this growth comes an evolving challenge for data centers. CEG’s micro data centers can accommodate that demand. Gartner estimates that by 2020, an estimated 21 billion devices will be connected via the Internet. With this growth comes an evolving challenge for data centers. As…

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CEG & Power Conditioning Featured in Data Center Dynamics

By Andrew Graham | May 17, 2019

CEG’s Andrew Graham expands on his thoughts from February’s DCD Debate about resiliency being a top priority during a data center modernization. “Update fans and power conditioning, and focus on extending the life of your critical systems. The other benefits will all follow.” Click Here to read article

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CEG in Data Center Post

By Rob Huttemann | Mar 29, 2019
CEG featured in Data Center Post

CEG in Data Center Post Rob Huttemann’s take on how aisle containment, if done correctly, can yield big benefits was recently featured in Data Center Post. Click here for the full article

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Modernizing Your Legacy Data Center

By Andrew Graham | Mar 27, 2019

CEG’s Andrew Graham participates in Data Center Dynamic’s February debate – Modernizing Your Legacy Data Center. What’s New?

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Is it Time for a New UPS System?

By Rob Huttemann | Mar 25, 2019

UPS systems are the heart of your critical infrastructure. They condition, monitor, and filter incoming utility power, and when the power goes out, the UPS system supports the load itself with internal batteries. They are sensitive pieces of technology that contain hundreds of parts, including capacitors, batteries, and controls, all working together. These systems ensure…

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Rightsizing Your UPS System for an Edge Environment? Here’s what you need to know.

By Rob Huttemann | Mar 7, 2019

Your UPS system is an indispensable workhorse that has dual purposes. Not only does it provide emergency power via battery backup, it also protects your IT equipment from power spikes, surges, sags, and brownouts. This level of protection serves to lengthen the life of your IT assets, as well as keep your critical applications running…

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CEG Announces Limited-time Savings on Data Center Critical Power Products and Services

By Elizabeth Peichel | Mar 6, 2019

Critical Environments Group discounts UPS batteries and capacitors; recertification assessments for UPS units. Savings event ends March 31, 2019. Click here for complete release Glassboro, New Jersey – March 5, 2019 – Critical Environments Group℠ (CEG), a leading provider of data center and IT environment infrastructure optimization solutions, is helping data center operators ensure uptime…

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CEG’s Andrew Graham to be Featured Speaker

By Elizabeth Peichel | Feb 28, 2019

Critical Environments Group’s Andrew Graham to be Featured Speaker at Data Center World 2019 CEG’s Director of Data Center Solutions will be part of an expert panel discussing data center power conditioning and airflow optimization on Tuesday, March 19 at 1:00 p.m. Click Here to read full article

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Beyond the Data Center – 911 Call Centers

By Rob Huttemann | Feb 6, 2019

When the phrase ‘mission-critical environment’ is used, it’s most often referring to a data center. But the reality is that there are many other environments out there that can be considered just as critical. Municipal service facilities such as 911 call centers or emergency dispatch centers are excellent examples of this. Both of these agencies…

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