The demand for computing power has never been so high, from video rendering through to medical research, a wide variety of global organisations require external hardware in order to achieve their desired outcomes.
What if your computer, console, or smartphone could instantly earn you money when you are not using it and be harnessed to benefit a new ecosystem? An ecosystem where hardware owners become suppliers and businesses benefit from lower costs?
There’s over $1 trillion spent annually on IT hardware.
Yet up to 50% of the time this infrastructure is sat there either idle or turned off.
Cudo has created the technology that connects consumers of cloud computing, to providers looking to monetise their underutilised hardware. By creating this Next Generation Cloud platform, Cudo is able to provide organisations with up to 10x more cost-effective computing.
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Up to 10x savings compared to other cloud platforms
Instantly earn from your hardware
Better use of underutilised hardware
Cloud computing already uses around 20 million servers, and this number is rapidly increasing. By adding to the network the billions of electronic devices that are spread around the world, distributed computing is the bridge to the mass-adoption of this revolutionary technology.
Led by serial tech entrepreneur Matt Hawkins who sold his previous cloud and infrastructure company in 2016 Cudo’s highly experienced team of technologists, strategists and marketeers, with resumes including, Vodafone, American Red Cross and Warner Brothers are joined by world class advisors including the Ex-President of Sony Playstation, Chris Deering and the CEO of Award winning app development company 3 Sided Cube, Duncan Cook.
With over 16 years experience as a cloud and infrastructure service provider and an extensive network of industry contacts, including several enterprises that will become early Cudo Compute consumers. In addition, a working proof of concept, Cudo Miner, is already generating revenue with users in over 130 countries. This network, comprising of tens of thousands of crypto miners, gamers and service providers, will become early Cudo Compute providers.