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IOTA’s IoT Will Disrupt the Tech Industry.

The wave of IOTA is reaching the technology community with shocks. IOTA, in a very short time is putting enlightenment in the tech industry with innovations that are the state of the art. It is appearing, day by day, that IOTA is the next go-to firm when innovations that may probably stay beyond 21st is needed.

One very interesting and unforgettable scene is that which is happening in Germany now. At the biggest industrial trade shows in the world Hannover Messe, Germany, which is being observed since 1947, world top tech giants, who is who in the tech industry and potential investors in innovation will be listening to the superior aspects of IOTA with ICT giants selling the firm to the audience.

The trade fair, according to available information, received 6,500 exhibitors, 225,000 attendees last years. Attendees came from over 70 countries and over 5.6 million business contracts were facilitated.

The program is to be opened by Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, and Enrique Peña Nieto, President of Mexico. After this program, there is tendency that IOTA disrupts the tech community sooner than expected.

Who Is Presenting At Hannover?

Virtually, over 10 tech companies including Bosch, DXC, Deutsche Telekom, Accessec GmbH, and Fujitsu are to present IOTA use case of IOTA.  The presentations are going to be inform of enlightenment or seminars for those who are interested in innovations relating to the internet of Things (IoT).

Birth Of More Development!

Although IOTA partnered with Fujitsu not long, but when the news that Dr. Rolf Werner, the head of Central Europe business at Fujitsu is coming down to IOTA surfaced, the tech world as well as the crypto world understand that it is for good. The aftermath is the series of enlightenment to be unveiled in Germany and the recent partnership with Elaad which is now resulting into the production of the world’s first smart charging station where charging and paying is effected in M2M method using the power dished by IOTA.

Aside the fact that the smart charging station is the first of its kind, it will open IOTA to series of use cases as time goes on.

In the future, IOTA will lead the tech industry through series of innovations if it continues in this pace. The sky is not the limit again.

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Fujitsu To Introduce IOTA (MIOTA) Technology At The Largest Industrial Fair

Fujitsu has revealed it is going to be introducing people to IOTA Technology at the largest Industrial trade fair in Hannover Messe, Germany. The introductory seminar which Fujitsu tagged ““Intelligently connected”: Experience Industry 4.0” is part of Fujitsu World Tour 2018 and a part of it will also take place during the Trade fair.

This year, the leading Japanese ICT company will be visiting cities in over 20 countries across six continents to display its most innovative technology and customer success stories. During the events, technology enthusiasts have the chance to meet Fujitsu experts, explore the latest business challenges across industry sectors and see its technology. Also, the tour will feature different workshops to enlighten people about Fujitsu technology.

“Our Expert Talks or Co-Creation Workshops provide a deep insight into a specific topic. Each slot lasts about 45 minutes and is an interactive session with a Fujitsu expert.”

The firm, among what it aims to discuss is “The Next Generation “Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT)/ Blockchain”, which is going to be centred on IOTA.

According to the company, “IOTA is the next-generation DLT. It offers scalable technology that has been specifically designed for the IoT.”

“We demonstrate how component and process data can be tracked and unalterably saved to the IOTA Tangle in a Supply Chain Management context. Among other potential applications, IOTA can be deployed to ensure the use of original components, as well as for warranty management.”

Towards the end of last year, IOTA and Fujitsu announced a robust partnership. Speaking on the collaboration, IOTA co-founder David Sønstebø said: “The goal is to enable a combination of a business-to-business data economy, as well as enabling researchers and even hobbyists to participate. The beauty of enabling fine-granular trade access is that we really don’t know who or how it will be used, except that we know it is a completely new paradigm.”

Meanwhile, the Hannover Messe 2018 Trade Fair will take place between Monday 23 and Friday 27 April, 2018. The organizers of the world’s leading trade fair for industrial Technology, made known that it will feature over 5,000 international exhibitors, 200,000 attendees, more than 1,400 lectures and panels, 64% top decision makers, and 2,500 journalists from all over the world.

“All key technologies and core areas of industry – from research and development, industrial automation, IT, industrial supply, production technologies and services to energy and mobility technologies – can be found in Hannover. Take advantage of all the synergies that HANNOVER MESSE has to offer. Welcome to the industry’s global hotspot!”

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Boost For IOTA (MIOTA) As Key Fujitsu Employee Joins The Crypto Team

The IOTA team received a mighty boost as the news of Dr. Rolf Werner, the head of Central Europe business at Fujitsu’s connection with the cryptocurrency surfaced.

Werner before joining IOTA foundation was part of Fujitsu’s business development in Switzerland, Germany, and Austria. He is today the in the chairman, Fujitsu Technology Solutions GmBH Board where he’s depended solely on. He is seen as the go-to business developer.

Fujitsu is one of Japanese topnotch information and communication technology (ICT) company, a specialist in presenting technology products, solutions, and services to the world. Fujitsu Limited is a company with consolidated revenues of $40 billion.

Joining IOTA means a substantial development for the blockchain company owing to his wealth of knowledge and experience in business development.

Werner held different management positions at T-Systems, before joining Fujitsu in 2016. He was a respected member of the board at T-Systems Multimedia solutions, focused on expanding the sales of the firm, and served as the chairman of the management board of the French subsidiary T-Systems France SAS.

He was also entrusted with all company’s activities in America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa. He, at the same time, managed the German sales organization.

Praising his new move to IOTA, the crypto team says “Dr. Rolf Werner brings with him a wealth of experience in sales, serving both mid-market and enterprise customers, and services, ranging from international outsourcing to new digital solutions.”

“We are thrilled to have Dr. Rolf Werner join the IOTA Foundation. Rolf’s unmatched enthusiasm and drive will be of great value for the IOTA project as it continues to cement it’s leading role in the DLT space. With his wide network and knowledge we are confident that our collaboration will bear plenty of fruits. Give him a warm welcome!”

On joining IOTA Werner revealed that “the possibilities of decentralized and secured applications based on IOTA Tangle as a Distributed Ledger Technology are immense. They go far beyond machine-to-machine payment and include, for example, tamper-proof monitoring of the supply chain and secure identity management, just to name a few.”

“I’m delighted to join the IOTA Foundation Supervisory Council (Stiftungsrat) to accompany a journey which will be meaningful for lots of industry sectors worldwide.”