Cobalt Data Centers announced today that its facility in northwest Las Vegas has been approved by the State of Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) to host regulated applications for gaming licensees.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 26, 2014
- Cobalt Data Centers has been designated as a Registered Hosting Center pursuant to the regulations of the Nevada Gaming Commission and State Gaming Control Board
- The hosting center registration allows Nevada gaming licensees to leverage Cobalt’s best practices for securing, operating and scaling critical computing infrastructure
- Cobalt operates a state-of-the-art data center in northwest Las Vegas
Cobalt Data Centers, a leading data center developer and colocation operator, announced today that its facility in northwest Las Vegas has been approved by the State of Nevada Gaming Control Board (NGCB) to host regulated applications for gaming licensees. Casinos in Nevada are now able to operate mission-critical gaming applications, including authorized wagering systems and other business infrastructure, off-premise at Cobalt’s state-of-the-art data center.
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 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. Gaming licensees can now take advantage of these robust systems and rigorous operational controls.
“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. This is an exciting and progressive leap forward for gaming in Nevada.”
--Jeff Brown, CEO, Cobalt Data Centers
“NetEffect understands the high bar necessary to be NGCB accredited. We were the first to receive an IT Service Provider license from the Commission in 2012. We’re very happy to have a partner in Cobalt who can host the complex applications that we manage for our gaming clients.”
--Jeff Grace, CEO, NetEffect
Cobalt is pleased to announce that it 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.
About Cobalt Data Centers
Cobalt Data Centers is a datacenter development and operating company based in Las Vegas. Cobalt Data Centers specializes in secure, high‐density and network‐rich colocation delivered with exceptional customer service. Cobalt Cheyenne is the company’s flagship datacenter and the most practical, enterprise-grade facility in Las Vegas, a city known for robust connectivity and low instance of natural hazards. For more information, visit http://www.cobaltdatacenters.com.