Introduction and Scope
The Hyperledger Telecom Special Interest Group is focused on technical and business-level conversations about appropriate use cases for blockchain technology in the Telecom industry.
Telecom industry today has the most complex operations framework, involving many partners, vendors, customers, distributors, network providers. There are a lot of trust issues and transparency challenges due to the involvement of multiple entities, and no clear mechanism to track end-to-end activities of every entity and Blockchain can solve main issues in Telecom. Blockchain is a decentralized and distributed ledger technology, Trustless operability, Immutable and auditable.
Take a look at the Telecom SIG reading list for more background information and context about what this group is focused on.
Charter and Activities
The activities of the Telecom-SIG include:
Identifying related proofs of concepts, current pilot, use cases and functional architecture;
Working towards building Telecom Blockchain consortium;
Sharing stories of successes, failures, opportunities and challenges;
Identifying conferences or other opportunities to connect face to face, as well as submit talks or present as a group at an event.
These are the mechanisms that this working group uses to communicate.
Please feel free to subscribe to the group's list and introduce yourself and join the discussions:
The Telecom SIG has calls every other week on Thursdays at 2:00 PM Eastern. To add this to your calendar, click on the Hyperledger Community Calendar below and copy the invitation.
All Hyperledger meetings are run covered by the following Antitrust Policy.
|Hyperledger Community Calendar|
|Online meeting URL||https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community (Meeting ID : 403 498 3298)|
|Dial in details|
|Phone numbers (USA)||+1(646)558-8656||+1(669)900-6833|
|Toll-free numbers (USA)||+1(855)880-1246|
How to Get Involved
- Sign up to the mailing list and introduce yourself.
- Attend a call if it works with your schedule.
- Make an edit on the wiki to add your thoughts, comments or ideas (get a free Linux Foundation ID to log in to the wiki)
- Send us your thoughts on the scope for this group and let us know which of these items you're most interested in.
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