On November 17, Core Scientific, one of North America’s largest digital asset mining infrastructure providers, announced its new partnership with UK-based Argo. The company will provide its hosting services to Argo’s Antminer S19s at their United States facilities.
Argo is a publicly-traded blockchain technology company, which is centered around running mining infrastructure for the world’s top blockchain networks. The company has various facilities across Europe, most of which are hydro-powered data centers with a reported collective capacity of 35 MW.
According to the announcement, Core Scientific will supply 8,878 digital mining machines, owned by Argo, with cost-effective electrical power. Moreover, the provider will conduct miner sourcing, logistics management, and white glove installation on account of Argo.
Core Scientific also stated that they have assembled a 24/7 physical security and technical operations teams, “dedicated to making repairs around the clock at each site”. Once the mining machines arrive at Core Scientific’s facilities, the team will be responsible for installing the units and employing fleet management and monitoring system Minder to allow for real-time data analytics and diagnostics.