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Changing User Demands and Edge Computing Requirements – A Learning Event at Pennovation Tuesday, March 19

Join Schneider Electric and Leading Edge Design Group for a half-day educational event on optimizing on-premise data centers in the era of changing user demands and hybrid cloud environments. Localized high-performance computing requirements, Internet of Things technologies, and immersive experiences across devices are driving leaders to evaluate their infrastructure and edge computing strategy. This session...  Read More

What is the 4th Industrial Revolution?

We are now in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) and it is estimated to have 10 times the impact of the 3rd Industrial or Internet Revolution. Can you imagine? The Fourth Industrial Revolution is marked by the advancements of 5G wireless networks, artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), nanotechnology, and more and blurs the...  Read More

2018 Cloud Survey Results – It’s a Mixed Bag!

LEDG conducted a survey to find out where our customers are with cloud migration. The results are a mixed bag but one thing is for sure, organizations are still working on optimizing their cloud infrastructure, costs, vendors, and applications. As we work with our customers on 2019 technology infrastructure planning, data centers, edge, and cloud...  Read More

Department of Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System identify facility vulnerabilities and prioritize capital improvements.

Check out the Military Engineer September 2018 article on the work we helped with at the Department of Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System. A comprehensive risk mitigation study across its three major medical campuses helped the Department of Veterans Affairs Boston Healthcare System identify facility vulnerabilities and prioritize capital improvements.  Read More

Two New England Organizations Create a Pathway for Intelligent Buildings

Utility incentives are used extensively to help lower costs and improve return on investment for LED lighting and control systems. Today, many organizations are taking advantage of utility incentives to implement these systems and also provide a pathway to add more smart building technologies. We recently shared two stories about a leading consumer goods manufacturer...  Read More

Large Organizations Can Upgrade Regional Data Centers in Their Current Space

High tech companies with explosive growth can often upgrade their existing data centers by effectively using their available space and implementing innovative strategies and improved equipment. Read our latest case study on how a global organization serving customers in multiple countries solved short issues while planning for future growth.      Read More

2018 LED Lighting Utility Incentive Programs – Get Moving!

Commercial organizations are moving full steam ahead with LED lighting and controls upgrades to take advantage of existing utility incentives in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and other states. Incentives can sometimes provide up to 30% cost savings!  See what programs are available in your state and get moving. Vermont New Hampshire Massachusetts Maine Does your...  Read More

Top Questions on Intelligent Building Design

The LEDG team recently presented at Pennovation with the Siemon Company and Cree on To Build a Better Future… We Need to Change the Way We Build. There were many questions from the audience we felt were worth sharing with our audience. Let us know if you have any others. Is there a tipping point on the...  Read More

How Do Intelligent Buildings Differ from Building Automation Systems?

The emergence of intelligent buildings and data-driven facilities management practices has begun to create some confusion for customers trying to understand how to make investments in their facilities and the systems that help operate them. Many of them are asking the question I already have a building automation system, why do I need an intelligent...  Read More

NVIDIA & Gaming Highlight the Importance of Edge Computing

Early in 2018, NVIDIA unveiled the Windows beta version of their GeForce Now game-streaming service, which lets users pay a monthly subscription fee for on-demand access to a library of video games in the cloud. More importantly, you don’t need an expensive, high-end PC to run the gaming client. NVIDIA’s minimum recommendations are to use...  Read More