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The archive contains 19 references to TM Forum.

The first known report was published on 31.01.2019, making TM Forum the 455th oldest out of the 1615 entities that expressed interest in the IOTA protocol.

With 19 publications relating to IOTA, TM Forum currently ranks as the 17th most active out of 1615 entities publicly expressing interest in IOTA.

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General news

25.06.2021

TM Forum shared an update, "Discover how the Ecosoft eHealth Catalyst featuring Chunghwa Telecom, IOTA Foundation, Meiji University, Nokia for service providers, NTT Group, Orange, SYBICA, TIM, Sparkle and Università degli Studi di Milano are working on enabling service delivery to medical facilities internationally via low-latency, high performance 5G slices".

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Contribution: Ololo The archive contains 25 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 25
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30.11.2020

In the "Federated CSPs Marketplace" whitepaper, Michele Nati and other industry experts explain how DLT offers a needed data trust infrastructure for new business models in the #telco industry. IOTA is the 1st ledger integrated using TM Forum APIs

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Related members Michele Nati
Contribution: Mark The archive contains 82 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 82
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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 25 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 25
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01.11.2020

The "TM Forum Catalyst for Digital Marketplaces", of which the IOTA Foundation is a member, has been awarded a Catalyst Team Award "Oustanding Catalyst - Business Impact"

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Contribution: Hodor The archive contains 25 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 25
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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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Related members Michele Nati
Contribution: Hodor The archive contains 25 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 25
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01.10.2020

A TM Forum whitepaper mentions IOTA 26x, specifically "how IOTA can be used to secure the physical supply chain" and " zero-touch deployable and dynamically flexible smart factories, with an IOTA Tangle wallet-enabled factory device"

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Related members Michele Nati Jan Pauseback
Contribution: Hodor The archive contains 25 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 25
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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 82 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 82
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30.07.2020

TM Forum promotes the presentation of British Telecom, Nokia, Nexign, Rostelecom, Argus and IOTA about "a federated DLT-based marketplace" on Twitter

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Contribution: Mark The archive contains 82 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 82
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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 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
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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 82 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 82
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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 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
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16.07.2020

Mark Nixon showcases at the Catalyst Project by TMForum how a secure supply chain with repeatable patterns in a digital business marketplace can be constructed with IOTA

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Related members Mark Nixon
Contribution: Anonymous The archive contains 414 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 414
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07.07.2020

The CEO of Agile Fractal Grid, a TMForum member company, presents on "Phase 3" of a TMForum mega-catalyst project, whose objective it is "to harden the platform and services for production, by adding capability such as service assurance, federated identity management, distributed ledgers and network mapping, and to create specific solutions for the landscape of Industry 4.0 customers", mentioning IOTA as DLT solution integration.

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Contribution: Anonymous The archive contains 414 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 414
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11.02.2020

The Eclipse Foundation, Dell Inc., STMicroelectronics, Software AG, Object Management Group, Accessec GmbH, Energinet, BiiLabs, Calypso Network Association, Engie Lab Crigen, RWTH Aachen University, Akita Blockchain Solutions, Geometric Energy Corp., TMForum, Otto-von-Guerike University and Iotify launch the "Tangle EE" Working Group to accelerate the commercial adoption of IOTA.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
Event

11.06.2019

Michele Nati is invited as a speaker to talk about IOTA's work to build an telecommunications asset marketplace within the TMFDigital Catalyst at 5GWORLD Telco Blockchain Forum.

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Related members Michele Nati
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
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16.05.2019

The IOTA Foundation, in collaboration with Orange, Vodafone, Nokia, Infosys, Oracle, Zita and the Stanford University developed two telecommunications infrastructure marketplaces (based on IOTA MAM) as a TMForum Catalyst project.

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Related members Michele Nati
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
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16.05.2019

A whitepaper is published by TMForum, detailing the ongoing work on creating a telecommunications asset marketplace, developed by the IOTA Foundation, in collaboration with Orange, Vodafone, Nokia, Infosys, Oracle, Zita and the Stanford University.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
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15.05.2019

Dominik Schiener is invited to a panel discussion in the "AI and Data Strategy track" together with the Vice President of Watson AI of IBM and the Product Lead of Vodafone India at the TMFORUM, a non-profit, global industry association representing over 850 member companies comprised of communications service providers at its "Digital Transformation World" event. The Foundation, including Michele Nati also shares a booth with Infosys, Nokia, Orange and Vodafone.

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Related members Dominik Schiener Michele Nati
Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
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31.01.2019

The IOTA Foundation becomes a member of TMForum, a non-profit, global industry association representing over 850 member companies, generating USD 2 trillion in yearly revenue. TMForum drives the transformation of communications service providers (CSPs) and their suppliers.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1991 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1991
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