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Critical Power Monitoring

By Rob Huttemann | Jan 22, 2018

CFOs and CIOs are scrutinizing the data center’s energy usage like never before. As a result, it’s a necessity to be aware of your facility’s power usage and be proactive in improving efficiencies. Metering, monitoring and trending power from multiple points will provide that important insight….

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CEG named as a Key Player in Global Airflow Management Industry

By Elizabeth Peichel | Jan 19, 2018
CEG presents at #CFSummit 2019

According to a recent industry report, the worldwide airflow management market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.24% between 2017 and 2023. CEG is named one of the key players in this industry’s future growth, along with companies like Upsite, Schneider Electric, Polargy, Geist and others. Click Here to view the full press…

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Beyond the Data Center – Broadcasting

By Kevin Duffy | Jan 16, 2018

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 are just as, if not more, critical. Television Broadcast Transmitters are an excellent example of this. There are thousands of television stations and transmitters across the country…

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UPS Systems for Medical Facilities

By Kevin Duffy | Jan 4, 2018

When the phrase ‘mission-critical environment’ is used, it’s most often referring to a data center. The reality is that there are many other environments that are just as, if not more, critical. Medical facilities are excellent examples of this.  Due to the high-priority of “Life Safety,” hospitals are the most vulnerable. If they lose power,…

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Data Center M&As Cooling Off, but Vendor Landscape Heating Up

By Elizabeth Peichel | Dec 20, 2017

CEG CEO Mike McClain sees the winds of change blowing in the data center vendor space. Read about who will weather the storm in 2018 and who might get blown away. Click Here to read the full article.

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CEG Airflow Management Case Study

By Rob Huttemann | Dec 1, 2017

Single-suite data center experiences inefficient cooling and balancing issues. CEG implements custom-made solution that noticeably increases return air temperatures; provides client with up to 30% financial savings. The problem – Client Site Conditions:  A single-suite data center in a large metropolitan collocation facility perceived that its CRAC units were cooling inefficiently, but were not sure…

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Critical Environments Group to Provide Real Estate Professionals an Insider’s Perspective

By Elizabeth Peichel | Nov 16, 2017

Andrew Graham, Director of Data Center Solutions for CEG, will serve as a Featured Speaker at CoreNet Global seminar in Clifton, New Jersey. Critical Environments Group(CEG), a leading provider of data center and critical environment infrastructure optimization solutions, is pleased to be sponsoring CoreNet Global’s upcoming seminar “Data Center Concepts for the Real Estate Professional.”…

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CEG, Hires Director of Data Center Solutions

By Elizabeth Peichel | Nov 7, 2017

National Data Center Optimization Company, CEG, Hires Director of Data Center Solutions to Support Company’s Continued Growth and Demand Critical Environments Group℠ looks to Andrew Graham to support clients across the United States with data center migrations, consolidations, new builds. Click here to read full press release

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Monty Crocker Selected to Grow Southern United States for CEG

By Elizabeth Peichel | Nov 2, 2017

CEG looks to new Account Executive to enhance existing relationships, expand company’s reach across the South, entire United States. Read More

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Airflow Optimization Part 1

By Rob Huttemann | Oct 12, 2017

Data center overcooling is a big problem, and simply turning up the thermostat or flipping the off switch won’t fix it. But how can you solve the problem when you don’t know where to look? That’s where we can help. Think of CEG as your Data Center Detectives. The average data center is overcooling nearly…

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