Nevada Gaming Control Board Approves Las Vegas Data Centre

Cobalt Data Centers has been designated as a Registered Hosting Center

Las Vegas-based Cobalt Data Centers has been licensed by the Nevada Gaming Control Board to host gaming operations embracing odds, bets and other regulated gaming at its Cheyenne Data Center.

The company is now a registered hosting centre in Nevada, meaning that operators in the state can entrust mission-critical gaming applications, including authorised wagering systems and other business infrastructure, off-premises at Cobalt's Cheyenne data center.

Commissioned in 2013, Cheyenne features the latest in redundant systems architecture, energy-efficient design, multi-factor security and customer amenities. Cobalt operates the facility in accordance with standards set forth by Uptime Institute for Tier III data centers and in compliance with its AICPA SSAE 16 auditors examination.

"Some of the biggest casinos on the Strip already trust Cobalt to host their non-gaming applications. With our NGCB 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," said Jeff Brown, CEO, Thursday.

Online Casino News Courtesy of Infopowa

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