Innosilicon has announced the partnership with Canada’s Cloudminter, to develop a 300 MW mining facility in Eastern Canada. The team would start operations in Q4 of 2018.
CEO of Innosilicon, Gordon AO said that:
“We’re proud to partner with a leading global technology partner, to deploy our high yield mining equipment on a major scale in Canada.”
The Innosilicon systems are easily customizable and offer users excellent returns on investment. Innosilicon has worked with tech heavyweights, Samsung to create the innovative FinFET system for power efficiency in ASIC miners, as never seen before.
“We are very pleased to provide the utmost low-power solution to Smart Server through Innosilicon to ensure very competitive equipment lifetime,” said vice president of Foundry Marketing Team at Samsung Electronics, Sanghyun Lee, adding “We believe that Innosilicon’s T2 Bitcoin mining ASIC, based on Samsung’s advanced low power FinFET process, will offer differentiated value to its customers with notable benefits of power efficiency and high-performance.”
Daniel Rafuse, CEO of Cloudminter also reiterated that:
“Innosilicon is the ideal partner for our mining facilities, they are now producing the world’s most efficient miners, and their partnership with Samsung further strengthens their technology leadership.”
At the recently concluded North American Mining Summit, the platform presented their latest bitcoin and ethereum mining ASICs.
Innosilicon is a global leader in the manufacturing of highly functional interface IP and crypto mining equipment for bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies.
The firm’s excellent technical know-how in the manufacturing field allows it to create new machines every three months. To find out more, visit www.innosilicon.com.
Cloudminter is based in Canada, and its primary business is to offer data center facilities, cloud mining and mining equipment. To find out more cloudminter.com.