Like the airline industry, traditional servers contribute an astonishing 3% of global carbon emissions. China's data centres use the equivalent power Australia consumes in one year.
Manufacture of tech hardware is diminishing our global reserves of rare earth elements
Driven to do more with less, and by a deep concern regarding the impact to E-Wast and carbon emissions, Kauricone curates the best in innovative technology to build powerful, compact, eco-friendly servers - minus the fancy case
Unconventional - yes, but better for people, the planet, and business
With a physical footprint a fraction the size of a traditional server, yet powerful enough to run any business, Kauricone servers use less rare earth elements, create less waste, and use less electricity.
Each server is fast, reliable, easy to run, easy to program, has a longer warranty, and a longer life span.
So much so that at end-of-life Kauricone closes the loop, our servers are returnable for redeployment rather than landfill
About the Name
The Kauri is a native tree of New Zealand, much treasured by New Zealander's and in particular by Mike Milne the founder fo Kauricone.
The Kauri Cone is the golf ball size seed of the giant Kauri.
On polination the cone breaks into thousands of small winged seeds. In the right conditions the seed germinates and over hundreds of years will grow into the majestic Kauri Tree.
Mike Likens the Kauri to his servers, in small things there is great strength.
Kauricone. Efficient in every way
Engineered and built in New Zealand