As technology and infrastructure demands on campus facilities continues to grow, understanding how to prioritize initiatives and make sense of new technologies is critical. Data centers need to be reliable, scalable and optimized to support high-performance computing as universities compete for high-caliber students and research projects. Integrated building systems such as lighting controls, HVAC, security and tracking, wireless access, digital communications and more require state-of-the-art network infrastructure. Facilities, Engineering, and Technology leaders on campuses today are trying to determine how to strategically invest in the data center and connected systems in a way that positively impacts campus life for students, faculty, and staff.
LEDG helps technology, networks, and facility teams turn campus buildings into intelligent facilities. We partner with higher education information technology, facilities, and network leaders to help design and implement changes today and create a master plan for the future. We have worked in some of the top learning environments including Dartmouth College, University of Pennsylvania, Emory University, University of New Hampshire, Suffolk University, Harvard University, Northeastern University and more.