TM Forum Catalyst project wins award
Mvine Limited announces today the TM Forum award for 'Catalyst industry contribution to Beyond Connectivity' has been won by Digital Business Marketplace phase 4 (DBM4) Catalyst Team comprising Mvine along with 17 other firms.
The award win comes as recognition of the company’s participation on the project, which is part of Mvine’s strategy for demonstrating its capabilities in engineering the infrastructure needed for the digital identity of people and identity of things.
Frank Joshi, Director at Mvine, said: “Once again Digital Business Marketplace Phase 4 (DBM4) took a ‘team of teams’ approach among the firms participating in order to bring step-change innovation to benefit companies of all sizes operating in numerous industry sectors.”
The move builds on Mvine’s growing recognition from collaborating with 29 firms on the ‘Digital Business Marketplace phase 3’ (DBMIII) project featuring Mvine’s digital innovations for Industry 4.0. On 12 November 2020 it won the ‘Outstanding Catalyst – Business Impact’ award, announced by Mike Lawrey, Vice Chair of the Board at TM Forum.
“We count it a privilege to be one of the technology firms shaping Industry 4.0 brought about through our membership of TM Forum. We thank them and the Champions and the Participants we have been working alongside,” said Frank Joshi.
Industry 4.0 - the step-change to the industrial internet of things which is bringing about substantial change through automation technologies such as Zero Touch Onboarding (ZTO)1 and Device Management Orchestration (DMO) – is attracting substantial interest and investment from companies ranging from small start-ups to hyperscale cloud providers.
Industry 4.0 refers to a new phase in the Industrial Revolution that focuses heavily on interconnectivity, automation, machine learning, and real-time data. Industry 4.0, also sometimes referred to as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) or smart manufacturing, marries physical production and operations with smart digital technology, machine learning, and big data to create a more holistic and better connected ecosystem for companies that focus on manufacturing and supply chain management2.
Learn more online at https://dbm4.net/