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Today, we are picking up telecommunication and blockchain deployment.
Global Accounting Firm KPMG Partners with Microsoft, R3 on Telecoms Blockchain - CoinDesk
KPMG, a multinational accounting firm, is partnering with software firms TOMIA, Microsoft, and R3 to develop a…
KPMG, global accounting firm has announced to cooperate with software firms TOMIA, Microsoft, and R3 to develop a blockchain for telecom settlements.
The blockchain being piloted aims to reduce the future costs, number of disputes, and time involved in telecom settlements caused by “billions of mobile interactions flow through hundreds of connected networks managed by dozens of customers and suppliers.
The three pillars of settlements , subscribers, contracts, and amount of data generated, is integrated on private with permissioned ledger to be seen and verified by the telecom operators.
MarketsandMarkets reports the telecom blockchain are worldwide share by 2023. The global blockchain in telecom market size was USD 27.8 million in 2017 and is projected to reach USD 993.8 million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 84.4% during the forecast period. The base year considered for the study is 2017, and the forecast period is from 2018 to 2023. Many consortiums and forum has launched to leverage this movement for future cultivations.
How Indian Telecom Regulator is leading the Blockchain Adoption Game in the Country
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Indian telecom regulator is aiming to lead blockchain adoption, tackling unsolicited commercial communication (UCC) or spam messages and calls using blockchain, TRAI is now eyeing uses cases of the technology in areas like mobile number portability (MNP).
Managing the pesky calls by complying regulatory requirement is capturing eyes from government as RegTech, covering the secure and prevent unauthorized network.
IBM, Orbs, ConsenSys Work Together On Global Blockchain Settlement Platform For Telecoms
The ITW Global Leaders' Forum (GLF), which is a network of leaders from the world's largest wholesale carriers…
The ITW Global Leaders’ Forum, known as a network of leaders from the world’s largest wholesale carriers, launched commercial settlement infrastructure, dubbed Communications Blockchain Network (CBN).
This network is the mixture between permissioned and permissionless technology. Diverse technology combines public and private technology on this framework, so that it integrate new ecosystem co-existing mutual transaction.
Telecom is also the forerunning industries with blockchain technology occasions.
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