Hammer Fiber expands IAAS cloud services to support Cryptocurrency mining entities in the deployment of Blockchain technologies over the company's robust network infrastructure
Hammer Fiber's servers feature best in class computing power, paired with an all-flash array storage system providing the best in speed, reliability and efficiency. The service, which was designed to allow enterprise businesses the advantages of cloud based systems without the massive cost of establishing their own while still maintaining the benefits of a corporate data center, has now been expanded to include the integration of blockchain technologies. "Distributed architecture infrastructure, such as those utilized by blockchain entities mining cryptocurrencies or other new vertical markets utilizing blockchain technology, are growing exponentially and we are poised to fulfill a critical but fundamental need of this explosive new industry," said Mark Stogdill, CEO of Hammer Fiber. "The distributed ledger architectures that blockchains are built on require secure and robust data processing networks, highly scalable power generation and a reliable fiber optic backbone infrastructure linking up data centers worldwide for them to exist and that is what we at Hammer Fiber do really well," said Stogdill.
Hammer Fiber Optic Holdings Corp. (OTCQB: HMMR) is a telecommunications company investing in the future of wireless technology whose holdings include Hammer Fiber Optic Investments, Ltd. D/B/A Hammer Fiber, a New Jersey-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) that offers internet, voice, video and data services in New Jersey, as well as carrier services in Philadelphia and New York. Hammer Fiber serves residential and small business markets with high capacity broadband, voice and video through both direct fiber as well as its wireless fiber platform, Hammer Wireless® AIR technology. For more information visit http://www.hammerfiber.com.
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"We are poised to fulfill a critical but fundamental need of this explosive new industry," said Mark Stogdill, CEO of Hammer Fiber.