Cobalt Data Centers, a data center developer and colocation operator, has announced that its colocation facility in northwest Las Vegas has been approved by the State of Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) to host odds, bets and other regulated gaming applications for gaming licensees at its Cheyenne Data Center in Las Vegas.
Commissioned in 2013, Cobalt’s flagship data center, Cobalt Cheyenne, features the latest in redundant systems architecture, energy-efficient design, multi-factor security and customer amenities. Cobalt Data Centers operates the colocation 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.
Casinos on the Strip
“Some of the biggest casinos on the Strip already trust Cobalt to host their non-gaming applications,” said Jeff Brown, CEO, Cobalt Data Centers. “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. This is an exciting and progressive leap forward for gaming in Nevada.”
Cobalt Data Centers is based in Las Vegas. The colocation provider will again sponsor the Gaming & Leisure Roundtable to be held September 28-29, 2014 at the Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas. Presented by Gaming & Leisure magazine, the Roundtable is the premier private forum for CXO executives working in the hospitality and gaming industries.