CLIENTS / PARTNERSHIPS
SIA is a leader in technology infrastructure and services for Financial Institutions including 570 Banks, Central Banks, Corporates and the Public Sector, in the areas of payments, cards, network services and capital markets. SIA Group provides its services in 50 countries. In 2018, SIA managed 14 billion institutional services transactions, 7.2 billion card transactions, 3 billion payments, 51.7 billion financial transactions and carried 1,204 terabytes of data on the network.
SIA and Quant aim to integrate the SIAchain infrastructure into Quant Network’s blockchain operating system Overledger to interconnect blockchain networks with SIA and do central bank settlements with the central bank in Italy.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon that provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies and governments. As of 2017, AWS owns a dominant 34% of all cloud (IaaS, PaaS) while the next three competitors Microsoft, Google, and IBM have 11%, 8%, 6% respectively.
Quant Network has achieved Technology Partner status with Amazon’s AWS Partner Network (APN). This partnership provides more than a million active AWS customers choice to implement any blockchain technology with ease and to innovate and create new business models from the use of Overledger to build industry-changing multi-chain applications on an interoperable platform.
Oracle is a multinational computer technology corporation headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. The company specialises primarily in database software and technology, cloud engineered systems, and enterprise software products. In 2018, Oracle was the third-largest software maker by revenue, after Microsoft and Alphabet. 430,000 customers in 175 countries use Oracle technologies to seize business opportunities and solve real, tangible challenges.
As part of Oracle’s Global Startup Ecosystem, Quant Network has the opportunity to engage with Oracle’s product development teams and its 430,000+ customers, who through this mutually beneficial partnership, can now benefit from the use of Overledger.
Pay.UK is the UK’s leading retail payments authority. Their aim is to enable a vibrant economy by delivering best in class payment infrastructure and standards for the benefit of consumers and businesses everywhere.
Quant Network is now a Guarantor of Pay.UK, the UK’s leading retail payments authority. Pay.UK is responsible for shaping the payment ecosystem to promote competition, innovation and openness. Quant Network’s involvement as a Guarantor includes:
• the right to attend and vote at Annual and Extraordinary General Meetings;
• from time to time to vote on ordinary or special resolutions which require their approval;
• to act collectively to monitor and amend Pay.UK’s constitution;
• to confirm or reject the reappointment of individual members of Pay.UK’s Board of Directors as they appear for reappointment;
• to propose candidates to the nominations committee, for prospective Pay.UK Board Directors and;
• to confirm the appointment of Pay.UK’s auditors.
Crowdz is a a Silicon Valley based trade-finance and financial-technology company building digitised, blockchain-based supply-chain networks designed to enhance the speed, efficiency, and financial performance of global supply chains. Crowdz’s platform is currently being used by 240 companies offering more than 1.7 million products.
Quant Overledger will connect Crowdz digital B2B network across multiple blockchains, for example, Hyperledger, Corda, and EOS, to transfer invoices and other documents between blockchains to enable the true multi-blockchain environment that the customers of Crowdz demand.
AllianceBlock is an AI-powered decentralised investment- and financing ecosystem, which allows corporates to quickly, cheaply, and safely raise funds, whether it be equity, debt, or tokens.
AllianceBlock will use Overledger to leverage multiple blockchains and create multi-chains token swaps. The partnership further allows AllianceBlock to offer Quant Network’s Overledger solution to blockchain projects and SMEs listed on the AllianceBlock platform.
INTEROPen, an action group consisting of leading organisations and individuals, accelerates the development of open standards for interoperability in the health and social care sector.
As a member of INTEROpen, Quant Network will collaborate on the design and application of technical interoperability standards, covering areas such as data exchange, data validation, defining APIs, and governance, to help accelerate the adoption of blockchain by health and care sectors, and to reduce the risks and costs involved in digital transformation with minimal disruption to patients.
MOBI is a global consortium of many of the world’s largest automakers and mobility ecosystem players, along with numerous start-ups, nonprofits, governments, transit agencies, and technology companies.
Quant will collaborate with industry leaders to standardize blockchain and related technologies. Overledger will enable interconnectivity and interoperability of data between manufacturers, devices, transportation and autonomous vehicles.
AUCloud is Australia’s sovereign cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, exclusively focused on the Australian Government (Federal, State and Local) and Critical National Industry communities.
By using Overledger, AUCloud will be able to provide a highly secure and interoperable Blockchain-as-a-Service for the Australian Government and Defence and the critical national industries and supply chains that serve the nation.
Atlantic Power Exchange is a Sydney-based start-up company looking to deliver a direct peer-to-peer energy trading platform and an ecosystem to disrupt the energy markets’ value chains.
Atlantic Power exchange’s energy trading platform will be built on the leading-edge blockchain technology OverLedger, which allows closed P2P Power networks like Powerledger to cross-exchange with all the other P2P Power networks.
The Global Legal Blockchain Consortium is comprised of over 140 large companies, law firms, software companies, and universities that have joined together to develop standards to govern the use of blockchain technology in the business of law.
Quant’s involvement with both the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium and the Global ISO Standard TC307 will benefit the GLBC community in helping set standards in blockchain for the legal industry.
Jiangsu Huaxin Blockchain Research Institute (JBI) is the state-owned research hub dedicated to exploring blockchain technology for the Chinese Ministry of Commerce.
JBI established an exclusive partnership with Quant Network with a Memorandum of Understanding for a five-year cooperation in recognition of the crucial role Overledger will play in unlocking the true potential of blockchain technology by seamlessly connecting existing networks and the Internet to the blockchain. Overledger allows JBI to harness the power of blockchain to address real-world challenges for critical applications, including anti money laundering as well as broader applications in the healthcare and supply chain sectors.
HAW Hamburg University, also known as Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, is an institution of higher education and applied research. HAW Hamburg University is one of the largest and most recognised Universities of Applied Sciences in Germany.
The partnership between HAW Hamburg University and Quant Network focuses on the framework of cross-chain Treaty contracts, allowing the transferability, recognition, and execution of smart contracts from one blockchain to another, and the empowerment of blockchains with an algorithmic constitution to support legal frameworks in contractual agreements.
Alchemmy is a London-based Management consultancy firm with successful track records in delivering change across a wide range of industries including: Aviation, Legal, Retail, Consumer Goods, Rail, Financial Services and Telecommunications.
Alchemmy is an Investor, with whom Quant has a strategic partnership with joint clients engagements. As part of their relationship, Quant and Alchemy have established a Blockchain Factory to do rapid prototyping and solution engineering for Enterprise clients.
The Accord Project is a non-profit, member-driven organisation that builds open source code and documentation for smart legal contracts for use by transactional attorneys, business and finance professionals, and other contract users.
Quant has joined Accord to provide their input and expertise to the international working groups dedicated to establish standardisation, but more importantly provide the mechanism for portability of smart contracts using Overledger.