Hewlett Packard Enterprise To Use R3`s Corda Platform

Hewlett Packard Enterprise To Use R3`s Corda Platform

The company behind R3 consortium has worked in collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to integrate its enterprise-focused distributed led

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The company behind R3 consortium has worked in collaboration with Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) to integrate its enterprise-focused distributed ledger technology (DLT).

According to Hewlett Packard`s press release, HPE and R3 are to bring DLT or Blockchain to workloads that must run at an enterprise scale.

“Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is pleased to announce that we have entered into a partnership with R3 to bring Corda to Mission Critical HPE Systems.”, as they wrote.

“A proof of concept created in collaboration with HPE Labs, HPE Mission Critical Systems and R3 demonstrates R3 Corda running on the HPE Integrity NonStop Platform, delivering the resiliency and scalability enterprise customers demand as they bring their DLT applications into production.”, added the statement.

HPE was reportedly created two years ago after it distinguished itself from the main Hewlett Packard business by focusing on providing IT services. The company has worked with R3 in the past to develop a proof-of-concept built around Corda. The latter was announced last April, as coindesk.com noted.

“Successful implementation of blockchain could quickly pay for itself while creating long-term efficiencies.”, as HPE Enterprise commented in an op-ed that was published in Forbes (forbes.com) in November last year.

“In short, blockchain has the potential to reinvent the practice of business.”, as the article concluded.

HPE is also planning to launch a client-facing “Blockchain Discovery Workshop” that is going to be an asset to the Corda integration.

The company has recently hosted sessions on DLT during its HPE Discover 2017 event that took place in Las Vegas, as coindesk.com pointed out.

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