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Dynamically-reconfigurable personal Cloud broadband router and IoT gateway device enables users at all skill levels to easily mine for cryptocurrency and share, barter, or rent computing resources.
São Paulo, Brazil —2 October 2017— OptDyn™, makers of the Subutai™ decentralized, secure personal Cloud computing platform, today announced at Futurecom it is entering a strategic partnership with Laboratório de Sistemas Integráveis Tecnológico (LSITEC) to bring the Subutai Router to Latin America.
The Subutai Router is an open hardware, optimized appliance that is both a dynamically-reconfigurable broadband router and IoT gateway device that mines for cryptocurrency.
“We are committed to advancing Open Source innovation by empowering users to easily create virtual private Cloud environments, host their own Cloud applications,” said pioneering Open Source advocate and OptDyn CEO Jon “maddog” Hall. “Our Subutai Router will allow millions of users to immediately share, barter, or rent their computing resources without having to be programming experts.”
Laboratório de Sistemas Integráveis Tecnológico (LSITEC), the Brazil-based, technology innovation design center, will be the manufacturing and production partner for OptDyn to bring Subutai to the Latin American market.
“We are excited to expand our Cloud and IoT offerings with the Subutai platform,” said Professor João Antonio Zuffo, president of LSITEC. “Our partnership with OptDyn strengthens our leadership in helping bring emerging technological innovations to the industry-at-large. Subutai is truly a game-changer.”
LSITEC is among OptDyn’s many Latin American partners that include Project Cauã, the Open Source software and hardware program to create millions of new high-tech jobs in Brazil and Latin America.
“We are proud to bring personal Cloud computing and IoT to the community with the first Subutai Routers made in Latin America, and look forward to collaborating with many distinguished partners in Latin America,” added Hall.
OptDyn Latin American Campaign
Subutai Router v2.0 will be announced at Futurecom, Latin America’s largest telecom, IT, and Internet trade show and conference. The event showcases products, services, and companies for the telecom and corporate IT sector, and draws nearly 15K+ participants (communications service providers, telecom vendors, data centers, fiber optics and submarine cabling companies, satellite operators, IoT players, consultants, LatAm government authorities and regulators, and corporate decision makers) from 45 countries.
OptDyn founder/CTO Alex Karasulu will join Hall to introduce Subutai to system administrators, Open Source developers, students, IT professionals, government officials, and computing experts from leading regional system integrators, universities, research facilities, telecommunications and utility providers at several events across Latin America that include:
Subutai: Conquer the Cloud
Subutai harnesses the potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) to enable system administrators, developers, telecommunications companies, Internet Service Providers, and casual users to easily create dynamic private Cloud environments across Cloud infrastructures and devices on the edge. With Subutai, users --from professional system administrators to major utility companies to branch offices to up-and-coming enthusiasts-- can sell and purchase computing resources from mutually-authenticated suppliers, as well as sell excess computing and storage. The Subutai platform includes:
Subutai management software runs best pre-configured on the open hardware Subutai Router, which allows users to easily plug the device in and expose resources and devices on their local area network for sharing and renting. To download Subutai’s free Open Source software and join the Subutai community, visit subutai.io
About OptDyn, LLC Founded in 2013, OptDyn is the company behind the Subutai suite of solutions —the world’s first secure Peer-to-Peer Cloud computing platform enabling dynamic Cloud environments across Cloud infrastructures and devices on the edge. OptDyn is based in New York with distributed teams located in Europe, Asia, and South America. For more information, visit optdyn.com and follow @optdyn on Twitter.
© OptDyn, 2017. "Subutai", "Subutai Bazaar", and "Subutai Router" are trademarks of OptDyn, LLC. All other company and product names may be trademarks of the respective companies with which they are associated.