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International Business Machines Corporation

also known as "IBM" references originating from United Kingdom, United States

The archive contains 7 references to International Business Machines Corporation.

The first known report was published on 05.04.2018, making IBM the 190th oldest out of the 1345 entities that expressed interest in the IOTA protocol.

With 7 publications relating to IOTA, IBM currently ranks as the 63rd most active out of 1345 entities publicly expressing interest in IOTA.

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General news

06.10.2020

The Mobility Open Blockchain Initiative (MOBI)’s member-led Electric Vehicle Grid Integration (EVGI) Working Group created and launched the automotive industry’s first global standard incorporating blockchain technology into a decentralized vehicle charging system, chaired by Honda and General Motors (GM), with support from Accenture, CPChain, IBM, the IOTA Foundation, Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E), Politecnico di Torino, and R3

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Related members Mathew Yarger
Contribution: Mark The archive contains 38 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 38
General news

09.05.2020

An IBM employee interviews David Sønstebø

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Related members David Sønstebø
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1741 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1741
Patent

05.12.2019

A patent application filed by IBM is published, describing a “Task Scheduling System for Internet of Things (IoT) Devices“, including references to the IOTA token (1x) as means of payment.

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Contribution: Anonymous The archive contains 357 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 357
Academic

07.11.2019

Umair Sarfraz's (et al) paper on "“Privacy Aware IOTA Ledger: Decentralized Mixing and Unlinkable IOTA Transactions" was reviewed by members of Intel Labs and IBM Research labs, to be published in a "Special Issue on IoT Security and Privacy".

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Related members Umair Sarfraz
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1741 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1741
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28.10.2019

Dell, the Linux Foundation and the IOTA Foundation team up for "Project Alvarium", the development of a codebase seeded by Dell Technologies, known as a "Data Confidence Fabric (DCF)" representing collaborative open source development on distributed technologies, digital trust, data privacy and confidence in data. In its official press release, the Linux Foundation lists ARM, IBM, MobiledgeX, OSIsoft and Unisys as further project partners.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1741 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1741
Academic

16.05.2019

Prof. Robert Shorten (et al) of the University College Dublin in collaboration with IBM Research release their research on "Spatial Positioning Token (SPToken) for Smart Mobility, a permissioned distributed ledger based on the IOTA Tangle", mentioning IOTA (9x).

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Related members Robert Shorten
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1741 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1741
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05.04.2018

Intelzone, IBM and CISCO invite IOTA to a private meeting.

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Related members Wilfried Pimenta de Miranda
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1741 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1741
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