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  • What Does the Latest Antminer S17 Firmware Offer?

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 30, 2020

    The Antminer S17 is a 56Th machine from Bitmain that can provide users with a positive return on investment when they are mining Bitcoins. It is a powerful machine that is proving to be popular among those who are serious about mining cryptocurrency. Regardless of how many or how few of these machines you may […]

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    What Does Antminer S9 Firmware Do and Why Should You Update?

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 24, 2020

    The Antminer S9 has long been one of the most popular options for Bitcoin mining, and it is often the go-to option for miners who are just getting started, as well as those who want additional reliable machines for their setup. It is still a powerful miner, but it is important that the owners are […]

  • What is Antminer Firmware and Why Should You Use It?

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 18, 2020

    Do you have an Antminer machine from Bitmain? Antminer is easily one of the most well-known and popular brands when it comes to cryptocurrency mining today, as they are known to be some of the best machines on the market. They are reliable and powerful, and they are often the first type of miner that […]

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    Liquid-Cooled Data Center in a Box from TMGore Could Help with Compute-Heavy Workloads

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 06, 2020

      At the SC19 conference in Denver in November of 2019, a line of “self-contained, energy-efficient, modular data center systems” was introduced by a company called TMGore, which is based out of Plano, Texas. The company showed off four models of their OTTO data center platform, which promises a “data center in a box” solution. […]

  • Will Federal Data Center Construction Freeze Benefit Colocation Providers?

    Posted by QuoteColo on March 01, 2020

    In 2019-2020, the United States government decided to put a freeze on the expansion and construction of data centers by federal agencies. While this meant that the government would not be creating any more data centers and they would not be adding to data centers that were already in existence, it did provide some opportunities […]