For Data Centers

Today, 90% of enterprise-generated data is processed through traditional or cloud data centers. By 2025, Gartner predicts that only 25% of enterprise-generated data will be processed in the same way as computing workloads move to the edge.1 

Due to the rapid advancement of the Internet of Things (IoT), user-driven technology demands, and the high velocity and volume of data, organizations are reevaluating their data center strategy to ensure their information technology (IT) infrastructure can deliver. IT has become an enabler of business strategy; organizations no longer view IT as a cost center but rather a centerpiece to their success. This change is empowering IT leaders to build infrastructure delivery models that most effectively support responsive, resilient experiences for their users. CIOs now focus on how to intelligently place computing workloads between public cloud, on-premise, and edge data centers rather than building an entire strategy around one methodology. 

LEDG helps our clients plan, design, and implement data center strategies that are uniquely matched to their requirements. Our comprehensive portfolio of data center services include: 

Planning

  • Strategy development
  • Computing workload requirement assessment
  • Facilities evaluation
  • Asset balancing between edge, on-premise, and cloud
  • Build vs. Buy analysis
  • IoT and digital building systems preparation

Design

  • Design and engineering

Design & Build

  • Equipment sourcing and scheduling
  • Construction management and installation
  • Functional testing and commissioning

Colocation Selection 

  • Requirements definition
  • Request for Proposal (RFP) creation
  • Vendor evaluation and selection
  • Space planning and design
  • Contract negotiation

Technology Systems Migration

  • Migration planning
  • Systems and environment mapping
  • Resource evaluation and planning
  • Project execution

Operations and Maintenance

  • Standing operating procedures
  • Audit and compliance
  • Service contracts
  • Preventive maintenance