Compass Mining is pleased to provide the following facility updates for Nov. 2, 2022.
Please note the structure used below for all Compass products:
- Facility updates: updates on any facility changes, including moving miners between locations, downtime or general information about one of Compass's partner facilities.
- Deployment updates: updates on current deployments from manufacturers to Compass hosting locations.
- Bundle updates: information on individual bundle deployments or relocations can be found here.
- Your Compass Dashboard for your order information.
- Compass Status page for real-time updates on facility status.
- Naming conventions for each facility here.
Texas 4: Compass Mining is proud to announce our newest partner facility, Texas 4, with Aspen Creek Digital Corporation (ACDC).
Certain S19 XP units are now online and hashing at Texas 4. Please respond to the client inquiry form to select a go live time at Texas 4, if chosen for the following unit types:
- Next Generation Bundle August Units 1 & 2
- Next Generation Bundle September Unit 1
- S19 XP August Single Units
- S19 XP September Single Units
Texas 3: MINI Bundle, Lonestar Bundle 1 & 2, VIP Bundle, R-NA bundle units and S19j Pro singles are all slated to come online at Texas 3.
Two thousand units are now deployed. We remain on standby for further deployments based on order date. We continue to wait for approval from ERCOT following unexpected maintenance in late September on the site's substation.
Compass Mining has sent out details for a client “Q&A” session scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 3 at 10:30 am EST. The call will be available by request for all Texas 3 miners. A summary will be available on the Compass Mining blog.
North Dakota: These units will now go online at Texas 4, after the latest news from the North Dakota hosting provider, Core Scientific. Please be on the lookout for further email updates this week.
Georgia 2 & 3: 85% of units are now back online. We are working with the on-site operator to get the remaining percentage of units back online. We apologize for the unexpected delay and will send further communication via email on the final deployment status once confirmed.
New Mexico: We have decided to end our contracting agreement with New Mexico after receiving client feedback about the site’s performance.
All New Mexico miners are currently undergoing inspection at the facility for the expected site closure at the end of November. Units are now at our Denver facility awaiting transportation to Texas 4 after servicing.
Please note that a small subset of units needing repairs was routed to Indiana 2 for redeployment in September. Those units are online as of Thursday, Oct. 13.
Nebraska 1: One of the site’s transformers failed in early October. The on-site team continues to work on repairs. We have no time estimate for the site to be back online at this time but continue to work with the team for an expedited fix.
Oklahoma 2: 72% of units are deployed at Texas 3. The final deployment of units is awaiting further energization at Texas 3.
Oklahoma 3: These units are now online at Indiana 2.
Manitoba 6: These units have been routed to Manitoba 8 for redeployment. Units are back online as of Friday, Nov. 4.
British Columbia 1: All units have been de-racked from British Columbia 1 and are now en route to Manitoba 8 for deployment by mid-November.
Texas 3: MINI Bundle, Lonestar Bundle 1 & 2, VIP Bundle, R-NA bundle units, S19j Pro singles and certain M30S++ deployments are all slated to come online at Texas 3 after ERCOT further greenlights energization for the site’s remaining load.
Texas 4: Certain S19 XP orders are available to go live at Texas 4. Please refer to our most recent email communication for more information.