IEEE, the world’s largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for humanity, has partnered with Edge to announce their first collective milestone with the sale of a premium institutional subscription of IEEE DataPort to Dartmouth College. Dartmouth College selected IEEE DataPort as their unified data and collaboration platform to enable their researchers to efficiently store, share, access, and manage research data, accelerating institutional research efforts for data management and storage. In addition to subscribing to IEEE DataPort, Dartmouth College has migrated over 150 open access wireless data (CRAWDAD Collection) datasets to the IEEE DataPort platform.  

The initiative between IEEE and Edge is a collaborative effort to offer increased awareness of institutional subscriptions to IEEE DataPort — a web-based, cloud services platform supporting the data-related needs of the global technical community — making it available to academic, government, and not-for-profit institutions.

With IEEE DataPort, researchers at subscribing institutions gain access to the more than 4,000 research datasets available on the platform and the ability to collaborate with more than three million global IEEE users. The platform also enables institutions to meet funding agency requirements for the use of and sharing of data.

Join academic institutions like Dartmouth College as a subscriber to realize the many benefits of IEEE DataPort. To learn more about IEEE DataPort and institutional subscription options please visit