Intex Corporation will be unveiling its new system of ASICs for cryptocurrency mining and mining services on November 10, 2018.
The Intex system will enable its customers to mine cryptocurrency at a rate of 1.5x per day or 2.5 times per day, with the potential for a further increase in mining capacity.
The Intex System will allow Intex customers to take advantage of the latest and greatest in ASIC technology.
It will enable the miners to offer mining services that are both faster and more secure, with an ASICs system being able to handle more transactions per second than traditional systems.
This system will also enable the Intex miners to achieve a lower hash rate compared to existing systems.
The new Intex salt water mining system is the first in a series of mining systems Intex has developed.
It is based on the recently launched “Intex-S”, which has a hash rate of up to 15 teraflops and a power consumption of less than 30 watts per square meter.
It was first introduced in May 2017.
The system was designed by engineers from the Computer Science Department at the University of Michigan.
The system is based around a custom designed ASIC processor, which was developed using the Intext-S architecture.
The new system uses the Intx-S platform, a newly developed custom ASIC that was developed specifically for cryptocurrency.
The processor is manufactured by the German company Cern.
Intex is an advanced company that has been investing heavily in cryptocurrencies and mining hardware.
The company has already announced plans to develop a new cryptocurrency ASIC chip in the near future.
According to its press release, the Intix system uses two of the company’s latest ASICs, the C1 and C2.
The C1 ASIC is the world’s first ASIC designed specifically for the mining of cryptocurrency.
It has a chip that is optimized for cryptocurrency miners, while the C2 ASIC is designed specifically to handle mining of other cryptocurrency coins, including Litecoin, Bitcoin, Dogecoin, and Ethereum.
The company also announced that the Intxx salt water ASICs are currently undergoing testing.
The testing is currently ongoing, but the company has said that the test is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
The announcement also said that Intex is working on new ASIC technology that will enable future ASIC mining systems.