Indian Tata (TCS) Developing Five Different Blockchain Architectures

According to the initial report, India’s largest software company, Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS), is actively developing five different Blockchain architectures. Each of these initiatives is said to be offering a different solution. The solutions range from digital identity issues to tokenization. Also, the decentralized ledger platforms will facilitate solutions like asset monetization, track-and-trace, and assets in common.

While all eyes on Indian Wells Finals, an exctiting news came from IT world. The Indian IT giant revealed that the new platforms would leverage Codra Enterprise and R3’s blockchain platform. It will be hosted on the Microsoft Azure cloud. These projects are developed leveraging Microsoft’s Azure blockchain workbench and R3’s Blockchain platform. According to TCS, it’s Blockchain venture was designed to speed up the adoption of the technology. Deploying the distributed ledger initiative across a broad range of industries in the country

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TCS is the world’s ninth-largest IT firm by market capitalization. The company intends to develop more advanced cross-industry Blockchain projects that would make it much easier to give users scalable solutions. Apart from the development of shared ledgers, TCS is looking to develop several solutions set up on these decentralized frameworks.

No Specific Timeline for the Implementation of These Initiatives

TCS Global head of Blockchain services, Lakshminarasimhan Srinivasan, said:

Some anchor solutions we are working on in the new platforms include skills marketplace, affordable mobility, anti-counterfeiting of luxury goods, loyalty and rewards programs and shared telecom infrastructure for 5G.”

While TCS plan looks ambitious, the IT heavyweight hasn’t given any timeline for the launch of its new enterprise-level Blockchain projects. However, the company hopes that cross-industry Blockchains will increase the adoption of DLT technology.

TCS Looking to Become Blockchain Leaders

With this recent report, TCS is planning to develop a market position within the Blockchain sector. For this reason, the software powerhouse has successfully offering Blockchain solutions (an example is Quartz). Quartz gives enterprises in the financial sphere the opportunity to use distributed ledger technology to cut down the cost of transaction processing significantly.

Earlier in January of this year, Srinivasan insisted that distributed ledger technology, AI (artificial intelligence) and IoT (Internet of Things), can open new income opportunities. His words:

The combinatorial effect of the Blockchain technology with other technologies like AI (artificial intelligence), IoT (Internet of Things), and VR (virtual reality), can drive hyper-productivity and initiate business transformation. They can open new revenue streams by means of disruptive innovation.

While TCS continues to aggressively pursue Blockchain development, other Indian software companies aren’t actually far behind.

It would appear Tech Mahindra is one of such companies. The tech firm has been bullish on the technology. In recent years, Tech Mahindra revealed its plans to use the DLT to register vehicle numbers. The IT heavyweight also penned down a deal with the Telangana state government to build a Blockchain district. The goal is to foster startups in the space.

Tech Mahindra also went into a collaborative process with Microsoft. The goal is to develop a Blockchain platform to regulate unsolicited telecom communications.

Last year, Infosys, India’s second-biggest software firm deployed a tailor-made Blockchain finance network. The is designed to eliminate opportunities for fraud in the Indian banking sector.

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Carolyn Coley is a blockchain reporter. She joined Smartereum after graduating from UC Berkeley in 2018.


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