Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure and services will see spending of $ 1.7 trillion in 2020.
Tencent, the Chinese media and technology company, and Intel have announced a partnership based on blockchain technology.
R3 CEV aims to raise $150 million with the third tranche of fundraising round scheduled for later this year.
As Internet of Things continues to expand, the globe’s leading companies are concentrating their efforts on developing the emerging technology.
J.P. Morgan, Chase, Intel, Microsoft, Banco Santander and other firms have established an alliance to develop solutions for financial companies using Ethereum blockchain.
A group of eight banks, including UniCredit, HSBC, and UBS, have finally tested a distributed ledger prototype for bonds exchange using Intel’s blockchain platform.
Intel came out with some details about the two versions of Joule at annual Intel Developer Forum.
Intel is planning to continue investing in the Internet of Things as it sees the potential of the market.
The set of three transaction families in the Sawtooth Lake provides a ledger that implements a fully functional marketplace for digital assets.
Intel announces new industry partnerships and products that lay the groundwork for faster, smarter and more efficient 5G wireless networks.
The companies have teamed up to create a technology similar to blockchain with hugh potential to change business services.
Speaking at the Intel Developer Forum 2015, Intel’s team gave details of its new Curie module and uncovered the key projects targeted at the Internet of Things developers.