A series of tech companies including Microsoft, IBM, and Oracle are collaborating with the EU and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization (WHO) and others to develop a robust blockchain solution for COVID-19.
IBM is seriously designing a blockchain proof-of-concept (PoC) for an agency of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture (USDA) called the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), which will enable it to assess how distributed ledger technology (DLT) can fully enhance important regulation services especially export certification systems.
The breadth and complexity of the coffee supply chain globally makes traceability a pretty difficult principle to guarantee. The path of the beans is long and articulated: once they grow up they first reach the cooperatives, then move on to the export, shipping and import companies, face the roasting process, and then be managed by distributors and retailers, before reaching the end consumer.
The distributed ledger technology (DLT) or Blockchain for the traceability of Made in Italy, is the project launched by the Ministry of Economic Development (MiSE) in collaboration with IBM and representatives of the Italian textile production chain. The aim is to defend the excellence of locally manufactured products and services on international markets, combat counterfeiting and support the competitiveness of manufacturing companies.
Coop and IBM today announced the first results of a journey that began a year ago, with the launch of a "Call for Ideas" dedicated to the application of blockchain technology to the food chain and in particular to the production of Made in Italy brand eggs.
Twenty years since the introduction of cloud computing, Small and medium Enterprises are Embracing technology Globally. In Italy, many firms adopted technology to improve business efficiency. IBM introduced business hubs focusing on integrating computing for Small and medium-sized businesses in Italy.
The United States (US) technology giant IBM has rolled out a new blockchain project dubbed Trust Your Supplier (TYS) and multinational firms including Anheuser-Busch InBev, the UK global pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), US technology company Cisco Systems, Schneider Electric, British telecom conglomerate Vodafone, Chinese tech firm Lenovo Group Ltd and Finnish international telecom, IT & consumer electronics firm Nokia Corporation are willing and able to use and implement this service.
IBM announces the launch of the IBM Blockchain Platform upgrade, which features a novel extension for Visual Studio (VS) Code, a wide range of industry code models and important tutorials, and the capability to effortlessly change rom development to experiment to production from within one console. The malleable blockchain-based platform is designed on a well-fared open source blockchain which can execute in almost any structure.