Sabre56 is a leading digital asset management consultant.
Our management team comprises pioneers with many years of experience in the crypto industry and digital asset management, plus backgrounds in security and consultancy. We consult a global client base, including North America, South America, the Middle East, the Nordics and Eurasia - working with renowned names in the industry.
Via our end-to-end consultancy, we design, build and operate the world’s most technologically advanced, efficient and cost effective blockchain data centres.
Design Management - Specialist design of blockchain data centers from feasible, concept and detailed design.Project feasibility study and analysis. Mechanical, electrical, plumbing, civil, structural and architectural design. Permitting, authority and engineering approval.
Project & Cost Management - Intricate turn-key project and cost management consulting from inception through to fruition of the project. Procurement budgeting and cashflow forecasting. Contract management and negotiations. Supply chain management. Project and site management. Stakeholder management. Testing and commissioning. Operational handover and review.
Operations Management - Streamlined operations management through staffing, software and procedures. Staffing and resourcing. Operations, security and premises policy and procedures. Hardware, facility and asset management (though our strategic partnerships of Foreman and Nektar). Reporting, maintenance and servicing.
United Arab Emirates
Bitcoin Mining Consulting Firm Sabre56 Raises $35M to Build 150MW of Hosting Sites
Sabre56, a company that consults miners on the development and operations of facilities, has raised $35 million to build its own hosting sites, aiming to have 150 megawatts (MW) of energy capacity ready by the end of the year. Hosting is a service that data centers provide to crypto miners that want to run their mining rigs without having to build the infrastructure themselves. The first four sites will total 115 MW and be located in Wyoming and Texas, where construction has already begun, according to a press release. The capacity will be built in 7MW-15 MW of monthly increments, with the first batch coming online in mid-March, company CEO Phil Harvey said. The $35 million investment is coming primarily from private individuals, he added.