AT&T Reveals Own Suite of Blockchain Solutions

AT&T Reveals Own Suite of Blockchain Solutions

The multinational communications company, AT&T showcases its new products catering blockchain support to its corporate customers

Andy Daudelin, AT&T’s Vice President of Security Solutions, has said that blockchain is enhancing security and is changing the way business is transacted.

Businesses are searching for ways to minimize risk and cost, and to streamline business processes, AT&T offers solutions that can help its Enterprise customers automate and digitize their businesses. According to the company’s recent press release, those from healthcare, retail, manufacturing, and other vertical industries can benefit from this new offering.

Its ecosystem consists of a highly secured and permissioned network where information exchange happens. Its Internet of Things (IoT) have monitoring abilities to increase transparency and accountability to the customer’s supply chains.

The blockchain solutions suite is made to compliment Microsoft Azure and IBM technologies. Its solutions can register data on IBM Blockchain. It’s also assimilating its Asset management Operations Center with IBM Maximo Network.

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