Unlike many of our peers, Savage has successfully navigated the ups and downs of the volatile markets and remained one of the most popular hosting companies around the world. We do this by providing competitive rates, honest expertise, and the best customer service in the industry.
With the booming demand for cryptocurrency mining, Savage IO continues to expand our mining locations and grow our capacity. We power our data centers with low-cost hydroelectric power, allowing us to provide customers with the lowest possible electric rates while reducing our carbon footprint.
Our already established infrastructure and years of experience with mining equipment will allow you to bypass the inefficiencies and extra costs of the new crop of rig hosting companies trying to capitalize on the trend. We offer packages that cater to every size and variety of miner.
TEAMMeet our Team
Donald Johnson’s involvement with Savage IO began as a business management consultant. In 1977 he started YWC, Inc. an environmental consulting firm which grew to 5 offices, 400 plus employees and annual revenue of $30 million prior to selling the company in 1989. YWC, Inc. was recognized as the 147th fastest growing company in America by Inc. magazine in 1985.
Donald provided business management consulting services from 1990 through 1997 and then started a travel agency, a startup with no revenue which was later sold after ramping annual revenues to $2.5 million in the first two years.
In 1999 Donald became a partner in a small construction company; moving the company to specialize in high-end residential housing. In 2005 he purchased his partner’s shares and grew the company to annual revenues of $2.5 million dollars. He recently sold the company to assume positions as Chairman of the Board for Bucksport Regional Health Center, Board member for Savage IO, and provide business consulting services.
Donald retired in 2001 maintaining his position at the Health Center, volunteering daily at the local school system and local town committees.
Training includes negotiation strategy at Harvard, Business courses, Sacred Heart University, Engineering, New Haven University, Teaching courses, University of Maine and specialty training at Michigan State, Texas A&M, Clemson, Sacramento State, and the National Technical Training Center, Cincinnati.
Steve Miller is a founder and president of Millwood, Inc., a provider of new, used and reconditioned pallets, industrial packaging equipment and consumables.
What started as a single pallet plant in 1985 has expanded today to over 30 facilities and 1,600 team members. In keeping with the mission of Steve and his co-founder Chip Trebilcock, a chaplain is available at every facility to support team members in their professional, spiritual and personal needs.
As a volunteer and board member for EQUIP, Miller has traveled the world training leaders in Biblical leadership principles. He also sits on boards for New Covenant World Missions, Sports World Ministry, Turnaround Community Outreach and Faith Family Church. Steve and his wife, Julie, live in Canton, Ohio with their three sons.
David is an entrepreneur and operating executive with over 25 years of experience within the enterprise software and media marketplaces. David started his software career by founding Dynamic Health Concepts which was acquired by Ziff Zavis in 1996.
David went on to hold several senior-level product management, marketing, sales and general management roles at Macromedia (acquired by Adobe), ebrary (acquired by Proquest), Reciprocal (acquired by Microsoft), and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s Learning Company division.
David operates DHB Consulting, a management and strategy company which works with boards and executive management teams backed by private equity funds and venture capital firms. David resides in San Francisco, CA with his family.
Mike Colyer is a Board Member and Advisor. Prior, he was the President and COO for a year. During this period, Mike built strong processes and lead Savage IO through a rapid growth phase. He served over 10 years at VWR International, including 7 years as the President and CEO of VWR Education, LLC the largest North American manufacturer and distributor of science education materials. Mike began his career on the Leadership program at GE and was a leader of the Six Sigma Lean efforts at Textron.
He is an active member of the Young Presidents Origination, where he has served as Chapter Chair. Over the past 10 years, he has donated his time as a youth sports coach and helping high school kids transition to college. He served on the Board of Directors for the VWR Foundation. Since 2007, he and his wife, Lisa, co-founded and run the Clairebear Foundation, a non-profit, which has donated more than $250,000 to families with sick children. Mike holds an MBA in Corporate Finance and a BS in Civil Engineering from the University at Buffalo and was recently recognized as a UB distinguished alumni in Rochester. In 2011, Mike was voted one of Rochester’s 40 under 40.
Stephen K. Garvin
With over 20 years experience as a Controller in the Greater Rochester area with small and large business alike, Alicia is an Independent Financial Consultant with her BSB and CFP. She lives in Fairport with her family and enjoys volunteer work, including supporting the Rochester Rotary Sunshine Camp, a free summer camp for children with disabilities.
After spending nearly twenty years in the corporate environment Alicia decided to leave when her husband retired from the US military, having served twenty years. They took a year off to learn how to become a family again. In 2015 Alicia decided to go back to work for businesses in her community as an independent financial controller. She have spent the past five years working and supporting amazing organizations within her community. The support she has provided these businesses include: accounting, accounts receivable, accounts payable, bookkeeping, financial statement preparation and presentation, business guidance, human resources, benefits administration, payroll, systems upgrades and changes, external and internal audits, budgeting, forecasting, business buy outs and banking.
Alicia has supported Savage since 2018 as a consultant. Then in the Fall of 2019 she became Savage’s day to day controller and human resources consultant.
Responsible for the maintenance and performance of miners on a day-to-day basis. Joel has aided Savage in the build-out of the infrastructure of three mining facilities and plays an active role in the installation, configuration, and monitoring of ASIC and GPU miners.