Quant Network becomes Amazon AWS Partner
We are pleased to announce that Quant Network has achieved Technology Partner status with Amazon’s AWS Partner Network (APN). A move that will enable more than a million active customers to benefit from our Overledger blockchain operating system who use AWS Cloud solutions to deliver flexibility, scalability, and reliability.
The AWS Partner Network (APN) is the global partner program for AWS. It is focused on helping APN Partners build successful AWS-based businesses or solutions by providing business, technical, marketing, and go-to-market support.
APN Technology Partners provide software solutions that are either hosted on, or integrated with, the AWS platform. APN Technology Partners include Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), SaaS, PaaS, Developer Tools, Management and Security Vendors.
Quant Network’s vision for Overledger, is to provide customers choice with ease of implementing any blockchain technology.
Quant Network CEO Gilbert Verdian stated, “We are pleased to be a partner to Amazon AWS which puts us another step closer to achieving our vision. Moreover, this partnership provides us with the invaluable opportunity to engage with over a million AWS customers who through this partnership can now innovate and create new business models from the use of Overledger to build industry-changing multi-chain applications on an interoperable platform.”
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Quant Network’s vision for Overledger, is to provide customers with choice and ease of implementing any blockchain technology.
Overledger is the world’s first blockchain operating system harness the power of multiple blockchains by interconnecting the world’s networks to unlock business value. Overledger solves interoperability between blockchains, distributed ledger networks and existing legacy systems and networks, enabling enterprises to innovate and build new business models and next-generation multi-chain applications with just 3 lines of code.
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Originally published at www.quant.network on March 19, 2019.