Fujitsu Web3 Acceleration Platform to be available for trials

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Tokyo, Japan: Fujitsu will start to offer a trial environment, the Fujitsu Web3 Acceleration Platform, which integrates its proprietary ConnectionChain blockchain technology to enable flexible, secure connectivity across multiple economies from June 30, 2023.

The company’s announcement comes after Fujitsu successfully completed a year-long pilot project, started in January 2022 for its proprietary ConnectionChain blockchain technology with the Asian Development Bank, blockchain vendor ConsenSys Software Inc., R3, and SORAMITSU.

The project showed integrated ConnectionChain blockchain technology’s effectiveness in streamlining and enhancing the safety of cross-border transactions of financial securities.

The trials proved that a system can connect multiple blockchains to securely facilitate transactions between different economic areas. The trials focused on improving cross-border securities settlement in regions including ASEAN, Japan, China and South Korea.

Backed by the successful outcomes of the project, Fujitsu will start offering a trial environment of its Fujitsu Web3 Acceleration Platform, by this June end.

Fujitsu’s Web3 Acceleration Platform offers a number of Fujitsu Computing as a Service Data e-TRUST (Data e-TRUST) technologies to partners participating in the Fujitsu Accelerator Programme for CaaS, which is the company’s global partner co-creation programme for its Computing as a Service platform.

By conducting verification tests with various partners, Fujitsu will further promote the social implementation of Web3-related technologies such as blockchain, and create new markets through Hybrid IT, as a part of its vision to create the digital infrastructure to realise a connected society under Fujitsu Uvance.

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