The Overclock team has announced the strategic partnership with Packet to release the Akash Network MVP on Packet’s bare metal servers.
Akash is a blockchain-powered marketplace for cloud computing
With Akash, firms can make extra income by selling free space on their servers to developers in need of cost-efficient alternatives to Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.
The Akash network makes it possible for companies to put their underutilized servers, while also providing a highly effective option for developers.
The Packet bare metal cloud is the preferred choice for developers, due to its ability to automate physical servers and networks without using multi-tenancy or virtualization.
The system facilitates at least 20 successful deployments every month, data centers situated all over the world.
The CEO of Overclock Labs, Greg Osuri reiterated that:
“We’re incredibly excited to add Packet’s innovative bare metal cloud to the Akash Network. With Packet, the Akash Network now has a vast supply of server capacity available for users’ deployments.”
SVP of Engagement at Packet, Jacob Smith also said that:
“A perfect opportunity for Packet. When we have spare capacity, we can sell it through Akash’s blockchain marketplace, ensuring complete utilization of our cloud servers.”
In the coming months, Overclock will carry out the deployment of the Akash MVP to Packet servers before the testnet launch in September.
Overstock is a San Francisco-based firm established in 2015. The company is determined to develop a decentralized cloud computing marketplace aimed at making life easier for companies and developers.
Packet is a highly reputable New York-based company that provides bare-metal cloud for developers. It is the first choice for large firms that offer Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and others.
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