Datacenters are the backbone of every internet technology, from the essential websites to the more complex cryptocurrency platforms. Datacenters are places where the algorithms and equipment for the operations of internet and blockchain technologies are stored, run and supervised. Datacenters are associated with large amounts of power consumption and heat production due to constantly running numerous pieces of electronic equipment. Consequently, Datacenters contribute a negative carbon footprint when powered from fossil fuel power generation.
As of 2020, the Datacenter Services Capitalization was a whopping USD48.90 billion. This figure is projected to grow to about USD105.60 billion by 2026, with a compounded annual growth rate of 13.69%.
To better serve the users and stakeholders of the Phaeton blockchain and its associated products, Phaeton is hosting, owning and operating its own Datacenters. Phaeton Datacenters draws power for operations and cooling from various renewable power sources as a renewable energy-powered blockchain. Phaeton has developed in partnership with other energy companies. In addition, these Datacenters are being developed in collaboration with experienced engineers and manufacturers.
In association with Atomic 6, Phaeton has designed and built a prototype to deliver the first of its kind, Off-grid Modular Datacentre (OMD) with Blockchain Technology. An OMD center is a remote design network system that can interrogate data networks, securely uploading and downloading network information for data storage or crypto mining. The design is modular, meaning a data center’s size can quickly increase, making the system wholly scalable and rapidly deployed. The system is powered and backed up by unified renewable energy, including solar, wind and geothermal sources. The OMD center is secured through physical biometrics and an advanced network security protocol. The network can be managed and monitored 24/7/365 remotely. These centres can be deployed in any location, be it on top of a building, a remote mine site or in the middle of the desert.
Phaeton is also working with Shenzhen KSTAR Science & Technology Co. Ltd was founded in 1993. The company is a pioneer in the UPS industry, with vast experience providing total solutions in Datacenter technology. KSTAR also produces Photovoltaic Inverter Systems in Mainland China. In this partnership with Phaeton, KSTAR will be building an integrated Datacenter solution that fits into shipping containers. The KSTAR IDB is an integrated solution for outdoor container Datacenter infrastructure. The solution is designed for quick deployment quickly and comes with factory pre-fabrication. The Kstar IDB is best deployed for independent disaster data recovery centers but can function in various industries and scenarios. Some of the use case scenario for the Kstar IDB includes small data centres for enterprises, small data centers for government, energy, education and other industries, backup data centres for financial sectors, and operators’ small computer room and edge sites.
Earlier, Phaeton has announced plans to deploy modular Datacenters secured within its real estate assets and powered entirely from the Phaeton renewable power grids. Using the KStar IDB, Phaeton will construct ten additional Datacenters and develop ten (10) community Grid Solar Farm in 2022. Phaeton’s strategy is to build, own and operate its Datacenters. This will increase the asset value of the technology, providing a solid backing for the native token and contributing increased direct benefits to all stakeholders (shares and coins).
While speaking about their Datacenters, Phaeton CEO Ron Forlee described Phaeton as a company dedicated to ensuring zero carbon emission operations. Their focus is to run its hardware on power generation that does not come from fossil fuel. “We do not have control over the power consumption of already established datacenters owners. Therefore, we must build our Datacenters using renewable energy that helps us get closer to our goals,” he concluded.
Designing for flexibility and scalability, the KStar built Phaeton data centers are optimized for efficient power consumption and accelerated operational processes that ensure optimal transaction speed. Phaeton will build Off Grid Modular Datacenters with 40ft containers and Community datacenters, deployed along with community Micro-Grid Solar Farms. The Off-Grid Modular Datacenters will be solar wrapped and deployed for remote and regional locations. The community Datacenters are designed with scale variations according to needs determined by the size and demand of the surrounding communities.
Describing the partnership with KStars, Chief Operating Officer Damian Robson said, “KStar has already proven their expertise in building and operating data centers. At Phaeton, we are building partnerships with the best hands available. We want seamless operations that will not stress our users. We want our product to stand out and thus increase the value of our PHAE token for all stakeholders.”
Committed to providing Blockchain solutions without contributing any negative impact to the environment, Phaeton continues to roll out economic and eco-friendly products. This goal had led to the development of renewable energy-powered Datacenters through strategic partnerships in power & energy, construction, and power electronics. The development and operation of these data centers help run the Phaeton Blockchain and its associated products efficiently, effectively, and safely. The Datacenters also add value to the estate value of Phaeton-developed properties. Furthermore, these, and other business-oriented solutions based on Phaeton’s blockchain, help to sustain the high value of the native PHAE token, ensuring maximal return for all shareholders and stakeholders.
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