Exactpro Joins Hyperledger Blockchain Consortium
QA specialist Exactpro has joined Hyperledger, an open-source blockchain consortium, committed to advancing the use of distributed ledger technology throughout the industry.
Exactpro is part of a crop of eight companies who've so far joined Hyperledger in 2019. The company has been committed to developing its blockchain testing capabilities and in 2018 joined rival blockchain network R3.
“Being a firm strategically focused on providing the highest level QA services for mission-critical market infrastructures, Exactpro understands the important role of this new technology and strives to enhance our expertise in this area through collaboration with leading blockchain consortia such as Hyperledger,” said Exactpro CTO Maxim Rudovsky. “We firmly believe our Hyperledger and The Linux Foundation memberships will provide Exactpro with access to community resources that will help us deliver more profound testing of DLT-based software systems to our clients.”
Exactpro joins Hyperledger at a crucial time in its development, as the latter currently has 12 ongoing technology projects. technologies. Recent project updates include the release of Fabric v1.4 LTS, the first long term support version of Hyperledger’s proprietary blockchain framework, as well as the addition of two new projects - Hyperledger Ursa and Hyperledger Grid.