Hewlett Packard’s Blockchain DLT As A Service For Business & Enterprise?


Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced this week a new product: Mission Critical Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). This product is supposed to be a solution that is capable of enabling customers to use distributed ledger workloads on other enterprise platforms.

The Mission Critical DLT is a distributed ledger technology that can be used to record blockchain transactions across a decentralized network and could be applied to several industries. According to the company, blockchain will generate approximately $176 billion USD in value in the first semester of 2025.

Enterprises evaluates that the current blockchain solutions are still unable to support the requirements they will need in the future. The mission of their new program is to offer solutions to this, including scalability of the process and SLQ integration solutions.

The Mission Critical DLT solution is a part of the company's approach to bringing more enterprise-grade capability to the blockchain. It was developed by HPE Integrity NonStop platforms, which process most of the credit card transactions in the world, in a partnership with R3.

The product is expected to be released in early 2018, but users can users that purchase it will be able to use it as a trial at the end of the year.

About Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is a technology company that aims to enable users to “go further and faster”. They work with cloud data, workplace applications and services to help customers and ways to make IT more efficient and secure.

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