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Last week, after a month of online keynotes, roundtables, presentations, and demonstrations, the Digital Transformation World Series 2020 ended with a live stream from the London offices of TM Forum, the event organizers.
On this last day, TM Forum, the organization driving digital transformation in the telecommunication industry, recognized the work of several solution and technology providers by awarding seven Outstanding Catalyst proof-of-concept projects. The awarded projects were selected for their significant contributions to the acceleration of digital transformation throughout the industry.
The IOTA Foundation, which is also a member of the TM Forum, was among those contributors awarded with the Business Impact Catalyst Award.
What is this initiative and how IOTA is being used?
During the last months, the IOTA Foundation joined the Digital Business Marketplace (DBM) TM Forum Catalyst.
A Catalyst is an innovation playground, in which TM Forum members come together to develop new innovative solutions. The goal is to derive standards that the TM Forum can promote to drive the adoption and replicability of these innovations.
The DBM Catalyst Champions included: Agile Fractal Grid, BT, Chunghwa Telecom, Digital Twin Consortium, Etisalat UAE, Maxbyte, Heritage International AG USA, NTT, SteepleCom, Telenor, Telus.
Along with other technology providers, IOTA collaborated with Accenture, Altifio, AWS, BearingPoint//Beyond, Beautiful Ones, Cityzenith, Digiglu, Intel, Intuitus Cyber, IoT Lab, Mvine, R3, Stratus Technologies, Tantallon, Ulster University, University of Surrey, VETRO FiberMap.
The goal of this year DBM Catalyst was to explore how companies in traditional industries can be digitally transformed by further digitizing their products, services, and supply chain.
The result was the creation of a Digital Business Marketplace, in which companies select and orchestrate a number of integrated services, to deliver end-to-end solutions in vertical domains, such as Smart Grid, Smart Factory, Smart Theatre and Smart Logistic. All underpinned by the ability to provide zero-touch ...
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