As data centres get larger, closer to urban populations and environmental regulation increases, it’s getting increasingly difficult to find suitable sites and gain planning approval. We take a holistic approach, with an eye for design detail and an understanding of the engineering drivers, to help our clients navigate planning authorities, gain building permits and deliver data centres across Europe and beyond.
Hyphen has been designing telecoms facilities and data centres since 1982, with over 100 projects undertaken around Europe. In the last three years, we’ve supported the delivery of 1.8 million sqft of data centre space. Our clients include Equinix, Global Switch, Cyrus One, HP, Rackspace, and Digital Realty and many critical facilities consultants, who welcome our responsive and flexible approach.
The latest forecasts by Gartner suggest that spending on data centre infrastructure will grow by more than 7% before the end of the year. This is up 1% from its own predictions for 2021, published late last year. The global research and advisory firm speculate that we will then see […]
Chile is the regional hub for some of the biggest names in the data centre industry and over the last year, we’ve provided tailored architectural services for cloud providers and operators across Latin America. But why are we seeing so much growth in this market and what role do we […]
As he attends DCD Europe’s virtual conference, Hyphen’s director and data centre specialist, Tony Luck, shares his insights into local planning regulations and how these vary depending on location. – With a network of offices across Europe and Latin America, Hyphen has obtained over 100 permits for data centre projects […]
The coronavirus started to significantly affect us in Chile around two weeks after it forced the closure of our offices in Europe. As One Hyphen, our teams have experience working together from opposite sides of the world however, whilst working from home we quickly discovered that the connectivity we’d previously […]
Members of our data centre team have been attending the virtual DCD ‘Building at Scale’ conference this week. It has been interesting to see how our experience is reflected in the industry as a whole. The phenomenal growth of the sector that we have seen over the last few years […]
In this interview, data centre specialist, Peter Agnew, provides further insights into what makes a successful data centre design… A data centre, very simply, is a building designed to house computer servers (rather than people). Those computers have specific environmental requirements, and are required to run continuously, without interruption, no […]