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British Telecom PLC

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The archive contains 8 references to British Telecom PLC.

The first known report was published on 08.02.2020, making British Telecom PLC the 931st oldest out of the 1355 entities that expressed interest in the IOTA protocol.

With 8 publications relating to IOTA, British Telecom PLC currently ranks as the 54th most active out of 1355 entities publicly expressing interest in IOTA.

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General news

17.11.2020

A video presentation of the TM Forum "Digital Business Marketplace Phase III - Smart Manufacturing" showcases a "Zero Touch Portal" by British Telecom (powered by Accenture), validated by Maxbyte Technologies, for secure deployment and communication in data networks of IoT Edge Hardware, showing IOTA integrations on several levels

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Contribution: Hodor The archive contains 7 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 7
General news

28.10.2020

TM Forum catalyst members present their "Digital Business Marketplace Phase III Demo", with representatives from British Telecom answering in the Q&A part that "We are definitely using IOTA in the secure supply chain on the physical layer to track devices, we are using it in smart manufacturing for factory machines and for micro payments and we are using in at smart grid for the energy transactions"

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Contribution: Hodor The archive contains 7 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 7
Patent

23.09.2020

A patent application filed by British Telecom was published, titled "Transaction verification of distributed ledgers", mentioning IOTA/Tangle (2x)

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1748 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1748
General news

30.07.2020

A presentation of the TM Forum Catalyst, titled "a Federated DLT-based Marketplace" is published, describing "an immutable trusted data record of the physical tracking of devices (IOTA/Corda)"

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Contribution: Mark The archive contains 41 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 41
General news

23.07.2020

In an article published by TMForum, a catalyst project lead heavyweights by Orange, Rostelecom and Bristish Telecom; and participants Nokia, IOTA, Peter-Service Nexign (a Russian billing company, serving 50 mobile operators) and RTC Argus used "the TMForum Open APIs, [to] built a standards-based platform that by design has key capabilities embedded to create trust between all parties, reducing settlement time, risk and fraud".

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1748 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1748
General news

22.07.2020

IOTA was mentioned again as “base layer of truth” in video presentations by TMForum partners R3, British Telecom and Agile Fractal Grid as a base protocol for three of four focus areas: Smart Energy, Smart Entertainment, Smart Manufacturing and Secure Supply Chain.

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Contribution: Mark The archive contains 41 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 41
General news

17.07.2020

In a video presentation, the Head of Strategy and Transformation of the British Telecom Business Group presents details on a TMForum Mega Catalyst "Ecosystem Assurance", featuring IOTA as the "Base Layer of Truth".

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1748 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1748
Academic

08.02.2020

Members of Engineering Ingegneria Informatica S.P.A, the Cyberethics lab and British Telecom published a chapter in the book "Blockchain: enabling trust in the internet of things", referencing IOTA.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1748 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1748
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