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Selectel, SONM to launch infrastructure systems for blockchain

Tuesday 10 October 2017 | 11:43 CET | News
Russian hosting services provider Selectel and Russian-Singapore joint venture SONM have announced the design of IT-infrastructure systems for business based on blockchain technology, reports Tdaily.ru. The first joint products will be launched in 2018.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Amazon / Selectel
Countries: Russian Federation
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