China has been leading in the crypto-mining market with its 16nm mining machines but Japanese company TRIPLE-1 Inc is now bringing it’s latest and brightest 7nm technology chips loaded in the Kamikaze miners. Triple-1 would be manufacturing the miner whereas, Fujitsu would be distributing the high-tech miner across the globe.
The 7nm ASIC (application specific integrated circuit) loaded in the latest Kamikaze model of TRIPLE-1 mining gear that would be distributed by the Fujitsu Electronics would bring a new leap into the crypto-mining industry. The miner is believed to tackles various issues miners are currently facing and cut down mining prices.
The Bitcoin mining gear company Triple-1 has been in operations since late 2016 and has now been able to master the technological advancement of 7nm processing along with a select few others.
Others, however, have not been fortunate enough to find a partner as promising as Fujitsu Electronics Inc. Fujitsu is going to leverage it’s large electronic manufacturing base and brand name to distribute the cutting edge mining gear.
What to expect from Kamikaze?
The latest competition for Chinese bitcoin mining gear happens to be equipped with the 7nm ASIC that would be mining Bitcoin. The test results of the product have displayed a stable power efficiency of fifty-two Jules per TH.
The miner is reportedly built with a low voltage operational capacity in mind and therefore operates at 0.3 volts or less electricity consumption. This is the main push for the mining industry that would allow to cut costs and increase performance.
If all that was not enough, the Kamikaze miner comes equipped with an advanced cooling system that would allow better cooling for the processing units.