Partnership Increases Accessibility for North American Participants to the Industries First Miner Maintenance Training and Accreditation Service
Core Scientific, the leading US blockchain hosting provider, and Bitmain, the industry-leading fabless manufacturer of computing chips, announced the launch of the new Dalton, GA based Ant Training Academy (ATA) location, the first outside China. The new location was created to allow more North American based participants access to the same highly regarded training and certification services of the China-based Academy, without having to travel outside North America. Courses are expected to begin in fall 2020.
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Core Scientific is a leader in Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain technologies, delivering best-in-class infrastructure and software solutions. In an increasingly distributed and connected world, Core Scientific believes AI and blockchain are changing the way information is processed, shared and stored across a range of industries.
Created by Bitmain in 2017, the ATA curriculum is based on years of knowledge dissemination and technology inheritance and accumulation. It is the sole training institution and certification authority officially certified by Antminer. ATA’s Maintenance Training Course is designed to educate maintenance personnel on how to install, operate, and repair mining equipment.
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“We are very excited to partner with Bitmain to bring the world class Bitmain Ant Training Academy to North America” said Jeff Taylor, Chief Information Officer, Core Scientific. “Combining the proven ATA curriculum with accredited instructors from Core Scientific, where the white glove approach and strong operational excellence is part of our DNA, ensures attendees will walk away with the mission critical skills they need to operate at the highest level and secure the long term viability of their equipment.”