Leading information technology company Windmill Enterprise, developer of the Cognida platform, today announced its latest partnership with OneLedger, a universal blockchain protocol enabling cross-ledger access through business modularization, to provide enterprises with access to multiple blockchains through a single API. As a result of this partnership, enterprises will realize lower development costs and streamlined facilitation of portability across multiple blockchains.
Earlier this year, the Energy Web Foundation shared their release of several major milestones for blockchain technology in the energy sector, including expansion of their affiliate network, release of the EW Origin Decentralized Application (DApp), launch of their online community and a preview of the D3A simulation environment for blockchain based transactive energy grids.
Alliance to Focus on Development, Deployment of a Blockchain-based Microgrid Power Management and Energy Trading Exchange Platform AUSTIN, TX / ACCESSWIRE / October 2, 2018 / Leading information technology company Windmill Enterprise..
Edge computing can greatly improve the efficiency of gathering, processing and analyzing data gathered by arrays of IoT devices, but it’s also an essential place to inject security between these inherently vulnerable devices and the rest of the corporate network.
LAS VEGAS – VMWorld 2018 – One of the more interesting applications of blockchain is identity management, delivered by distributed systems in the cloud. This was a topic of discussion here this week at VMworld, as a number of projects and startups emerge in the space.
August 27 marked the first full day of the Solutions Exchange at VMworld 2018. For years, the Solutions Exchange has served as the quintessential showcase of the most popular and best enterprise solutions in the industry.
Windmill Enterprise, a new enterprise security startup, has developed an open source blockchain-based platform that is currently being piloted by a variety of companies to help them with IoT security. Windmill’s platform, called Cognida, is based upon technology originally developed by Information Xchange, a consulting firm founded by Windmill CEO Michael Hathaway.
Windmill Enterprise, developer of the Cognida network and platform with a focus on enterprise blockchain innovation, joined the Linux Foundation this week, and two projects – the Linux Foundation Networking community and EdgeX Foundry.
Windmill Enterprise, developer of the Cognida platform, joined the Linux Foundation this week, and two projects – the Linux Foundation Networking community and EdgeX Foundry. Windmill joins existing Linux Foundation members like AT&T, Google, IBM and DellEMC, all on a quest to solve business and technology challenges through collaboration.
Leading enterprise blockchain company will participate in the EdgeX Foundry and Linux Foundation Networking communities August 22, 2018 – Austin, TX – Leading information technology company Windmill Enterprise, developer of the Cognida platform, today announced it has joined The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building sustainable ecosystems around open source projects to accelerate technology development and industry adoption.