In 2018, after nearly 3 years of building the first blockchain datacenter units, the founders of Sesterce (formerly Bitech) created the structure with a distribution branch of HPC servers in Europe.
After 3 years of creating servers and a year of distributing them on the B2B market, Sesterce quickly became the world leader in the distribution of HPC servers, with more than 100 references in the catalog and a worldwide purchasing desk. Indeed, in 2019 Sesterce will created its first datacenter using 100% hydro energy. The lab started his first tests of the XPool Project.
In 2020 Sesterce expanded its service to include institutional customers and the creation of two new data centers North Europe, which is rich in hydro-electric power. Also it's the official launching year for the Sesterce Lab.
In 2021, Sesterce made the strategic choice to focus on the North American and European markets to develop AI and Machine Learning solutions. This was also the year of the creation of the Sesterce Lab with the long-term ambition of disrupting HPC datacenter technologies.
In 2022, Sesterce continued expanding its operations with new developments in the United States and Norway with a goal of having 200MW of renewable energy under management before 2024.