Clients and References



LuxConnectLuxConnect have appointed TDCS to assist in raising the profile of their 4 x Tier IV certified Data Centres in Luxembourg and raise the profile of Luxembourg as a colocation destination. TDCS has engaged in a range of activities to achieve this goal from working with the Government, redesigning the web site and engaging with partners and agents. The marketing strategy changed to offer Tier ll-lll as well as Tier lV. Successfully entered for Broad Group and Datacentre Dynamics Awards. Organised events in London including at Luxembourg London Embassy working with the Ambassador. Created alliance with Volta in London. Numerous articles/Press Release. Attend networking events and conferences in London and US. Organise conference stands. Enquiries generated for LuxConnect Partners. Numerous articles and posts on LinkedIn and Twitter. See Sales and Marketing.

Roger Lampach CEO LuxConnect: "You never know what will happen in the future and I am convinced that we will have new opportuities to work together".

Tom Kettels Chief Business Development Officer LuxConnect has worked for several years with TDCS. TDCS provided professional and effective support to address new markets, generate business opportunities, develop new partnerships and complement and advise on marketing activities. TDCS’s deep knowledge of the industry and its key players is a valuable asset to LuxConnect.


Green Mountain

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TDCS was engaged on a 3 year contract to assist in a variety of areas for Green Mountain AS as a start up in wholesale co-location in Norway. Initially TDCS established Norway as a prospective Data Centre country. TDCS undertook all marketing including press releases, press tours, award entries and developing a web site. In addition TDCS organized a BBC documentary featuring Green Mountain. TDCS raised the profile/awareness with end users and property agents in EMEA and North America. TDCS also sourced significant opportunities from North American and European clients.

Knut Molaug CEO of Green Mountain says: "TDCS has worked closely with Green Mountain for over 3 years from just after Green Mountain's inception to where we are today, the largest co-location company in the Nordics. TDCS assisted very effectively in raising our profile in Europe and North America through a range of sales and marketing activities and generated several MW sales enquiries for us".

Anita Kennedy Global Sales and Alliances Director Green Mountain: "I’ve had the pleasure of working very closely with Jonathan Evans, over many years. Jonathan is very professional, extremely knowledgeable and, highly respected within the Global Data Centre Markets’ – He’s always looking for ‘new sales’ business opportunities and, is very determined to win the deal by being creative within the opportunity."


Stanhope Properties

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Stanhope Properties were considering investing in the data centre industry by purchasing Broadoaks, an existing partially completed data centre campus. TDCS with its partner obtained revised planning and redesigned the existing building to fully utilize the space. TDCS then prepared a report on the Wholesale Co-location Data Centre Market in the UK, to see if the investment was viable.

Aldous Hodginkson CEO Stanhope plc said: "We were recommended to TDCS by our property agent, their team undertook planning application, designs, budgets and report on the market to help us decide on the viability of a Data Centre development we were considering".



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TDCS worked with the founder of Sentrum prior to its formation and in the early years (2005 - 2007) of its development across a range of requirements including developing power solutions. Latterly TDCS was engaged to assist in sales across international markets and find possible partners in other regions (2011) prior to Sentrum's sale to DRT.

Sentrum Client: "TDCS liaised effectively with us throughout our engagement with Sentrum to ensure we had the technical solution we required".


Global Voice/Citadel 100

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TDCS provided Global Voice in Dublin with consultancy service in designing and supervising the new M&E infrastructure including UPS/DC telco solution and backup power/power conditioning. Including design, tender documentation and contactor selection/supervision.

Noel Meaney CEO and founder of Global Voice says: "TDCS assisted in a broad range of activities from PR and Sales to technical design during the early years of Global Voice and we would thoroughly recommend their services"


Mercury Engineering

Mercury Engineering logoMercury are a large Dublin based M&E company operating in Europe and the Middle East. TDCS had Sales assignment to extend their penetration into the data centre build (M&E element) in the UK.

Following an introduction instigated by TDCS and ongoing negotiations over many months Mercury secured their first contract with a large wholesale co-location company for a multi £ fit-out. The contract included the building element and they acted as main contractors. Further orders followed and hundred's of million £'s of new builds resulted with that client over many years, establishing Mercury as a main contractor in the Data Centre sector in the UK and Europe.

Paul Carthy Sales and Marketing Manager: "TDCS offered design and sales input and via their network ensured multi-million pound business was placed with Mercury repositioning us in the data centre market as main contractor providing turn key solutions from being an M&E contractor".


Rolls Royce

Rolls Royce LogoTDCS advised on standby power solution (UPS and generators) for critical production line manufacturing turbines at Rolls Royce Derby. TDCS introduced a specialist to undertake the work and maintain on completion.

Gerald Beake Engineering Facilities Manager at Rolls Royce Derby says: "TDCS provided valuable assistance in the design and implementation of our critical standby power system that backs up the power supplies in the manufacturing facility where power failure is not an option".



Interxion LogoTDCS provided standby power solutions and arranged office fit out in Brick Lane, Interexion HQ in the UK. TDCS brought a team together to design a new standalone date centre of 40,000 sq ft.


Continent 8

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US based company Mohawk Industries specialized in hosting online gambling organisations on an Indian Reservation in Canada. Expanding into Europe they chose the Isle of Man because of its regulatory structure. TDCS developed building and M&E deisgns for the new data centre. TDCS then brought together a specialist team for fit out and standby power solution.

Richard Weinstock Technical Director: "TDCS provided assistance across design and implementation when we located in Isle of Man, working to very tight time scales TDCS ensured our data centre was built on time and budget".


BHP Design

BHP LondonBHP Design set up by David Bloxham, an experienced architect who specialized in Data Centre Design. TDCS was appointed to assist in raising the profile of BHP and to find clients in the sector. TDCS successfully sourced many projects including Interxion in London and Continent 8. BHP is now a very successful practice with a reputation for designing high quality data centres across Europe and Scandinavia.

David Bloxham, founder and Managing Director of BHP says: "TDCS provided invaluable assistance in establishing BHP six years ago. Using their extensive industry network TDCS were able to provide introductions and projects that helped establish BHP as the premier data centre design specialists we are today".


5 Nines

5 Nines Hemel Hempstead5 Nines were considering the option to upgrade an existing BP facility, in Breakspear Park, Hemel Hempstead, to a Tier III facility and upgrade the power density. TDCS provided design and construction costs to check the viability of the project.

Howard Phoeby Director at 5 Nines: "The information provided by TDCS in a very short time scale was essential in the evaluation process on this project".


Nuera - an innovative design in watercraft

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In order to illustrate their technical capabilities and to act as a marketing "vehicle" TDCS commissioned Jonathan Evans to design and build a unique electric narrowboat. Safety and low emissions and comfort were the main criteria and a radical new design emerged. Powered by 4 x 12 kW electric motors in tubes within the hull the boat is totally maneuverable with concealed propellers for safety and steering inside the boat. The boat is charged to a battery bank from a shore supply with a 12 hour range. An onboard 10kVA generator starts automatically to recharge the battery bank and run domestic supplies. A UPS backs critical equipment on the boat. Interior design/lighting and soft furnishings by 'Penelope Watson Interiors'. Because of its unique design the construction of the boat had extensive media coverage including magazines and on several editions of a TV programme which featured its design, construction and launch. Nuera is now the property of TDCS and serves as the TDCS office in Parkes Quay.