In a modest industrial park some 20 minutes from the Strip sits Cobalt Data Centers. A well-guarded facility in which some of the largest casino companies locate the computing gear that runs their non-gaming reward programs.
Now, with the approval of Nevada gaming regulators, Cobalt Data Centers will be expanding to host gaming computing infrastructure.
"Some of the biggest casinos on the Strip already trust Cobalt to host their non-gaming applications," said Jeff Brown, CEO of Las Vegas-based Cobalt Data Centers. "With our (gaming) registration, Cobalt becomes the one-stop, full-service hosting partner for licensees and unlocks all sorts of strategic options for an industry so vital to our state."
Jeff Brown, CEO of Cobalt Data Center
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