Perth, Australia–(Newsfile Corp. – January 26, 2022) – Phaeton Networks has collaborated with Phaeton Energy to create an integrated renewable energy ecosystem, on several projects. Phaeton Energy has been concentrating on procuring land to develop micro-grid solar farms that will provide electricity to local communities 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Phaeton Energy will incorporate Phaeton Networks’ data centres within its ecosystem while developing these solar farms.
Phaeton Set to Deploy Eight Modular Data Centers for Solar Farm
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The data centres being implemented are ISO Data Centres and based on the sizes of international sea containers. They are an alternative to OMD (Off-grid Modular Data) centres, which are solar-wrapped. The ISO Data Centres will primarily be powered by Phaeton Energy’s solar farms, supported by backup battery storage. The external structure will be built by K-Star, a significant brand in power electronics and innovative energy goods. At the same time, Phaeton Networks’ team will install the essential servers, satellite links, and remote administration and security systems.
ISO Data Centers are to be deployed on all Phaeton Energy’s Community Embedded Network Solar Farms. The first of these will be:
- Berrigan, New South Wales
- Mullewa, Western Australia
- Dalwallinu Shire, Western Australia
- Port Denison, Western Australia
- Augusta, Western Australia
Phaeton Blockchain is a decentralised ledger system with a block size of 250kb (potentially one million transactions) and a creation time of five seconds. The Delegated Proof of Stake with Delegated Byzantine Fault Tolerance (DPoS+dBFT) consensus process is used in the Phaeton Blockchain, which improves energy efficiency. Phaeton is a self-contained blockchain that offers a platform for businesses to use, whether for monetary, transactional, data, or smart contract purposes. Individuals’ capacity to host a node is essential to the Blockchain’s speed, scalability, and security.
Why is Phaeton building its own data centres?
Phaeton Networks’ Data Centers, a branch of Phaeton Pty Ltd, is the first Blockchain Platform to establish its wholly owned infrastructure. Other Blockchain platforms keep their data in giant data centres like Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, or Google so they have no control over their data or costs. Phaeton Networks’ data centres are powered by renewable energy as a Green Blockchain whereas most of today’s data centres are powered by fossil fuels. Phaeton data centres are also modular and can be deployed faster in any location, making Phaeton the most decentralised Blockchain globally.
By building its infrastructure, Phaeton Networks have many benefits over its competitors:
- Cost control: Phaeton charges fewer fees for transactions. Fees charged by other Blockchain platforms are increasing as they have no control over the cost charged by major data centre owners.
- Data control: Private data is not lost as Phaeton is a decentralised system and replicates data on other data centres. For example, if a fire destroys a data centre, the data stored can be lost forever. In contrast, Phaeton would have copies of the data.
- Asset growth: Data centres can be considered as real estate. By owning and operating these data centres, Phaeton is consistently improving the wealth of its shareholders and token holders.
- Social impact: The burning of fossil fuels is not stainable and has a significant environmental impact globally. Phaeton has taken the lead by ensuring our data centres are powered by renewable energy.
Phaeton Pty Ltd has created two modular data centres to address environmental problems.
- Off-grid Modular Data (OMD) Centre: This data centre can be set up in any remote or regional area, making it perfect for disaster relief and military needs. Solar panels and wind turbines power these data centres. Internal cooling is achieved by combining geothermal technology with negative pressure.
- ISO Modular Data Centre: Phaeton’s solar farms and real estate developments are connected to these larger ISO data centres. These data centres are connected to ISO Modular battery systems, which provide power 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The prototype OMD from Phaeton Networks is now ready to go live. The first OMD Center was planned and built by Phaeton in collaboration with Atomic 6 in June 2021. The durability and quality of this prototype will be examined and assessed. The system’s modular design allows it to be fully scalable and installed quickly. A unified renewable energy system powers and backs up the system, with a dual backup system running indefinitely. Physical biometrics and a robust network security mechanism protect the OMD centre. The network can operate and monitor remotely 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. OMD centres can be set up on rooftops, remote mine sites, or deserts.
The satellite communications are pre-installed and ready to go. The servers and racks are kept clean, dust-free, temperature-controlled, and static-free. Phaeton offers three different designs: a Vortexed Tower, a Single Level HIVE, or individual Cubes locked together to improve data storage capacity.
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