Founded in January 2019, International Trust Machines Corporation (ITM) provides both a blockchain scaling solution and blockchain-enabled ICs. In this era of exponential growth in IoT devices and the expanding prevalence of blockchain ledger technology, ITM addresses the issue of convergence in blockchain technology and the Internet of Things with a practical and scalable solution. With its patented Merkle Tree technologies and blockchain IC solutions, ITM effectively eliminates bottlenecks in the blockchain trilemma, allowing millions of IoT devices access to blockchain for cryptographic anchoring of data and rapid Machine to Machine account-auditing capabilities. ITM provides the first-ever solution for clearing millions of off-chain data with only a single main-chain transaction, ensuring immutability for the assurance of trustworthy and legitimate information.
Uploads large quantities of transaction data in fingerprints onto the public blockchain, enabling the verification of data accuracy with an open source program. A single transaction on the public chain can clear millions of off-chain data successfully while ensuring that the data is tamper-free.
Using ITM's exclusive security protocol, a cryptographic security algorithm is inserted in the IC or MCU for high TPS, high levels of security, assured privacy protection, and low-cost IoT uplinks.
ITM's scaling solution and blockchain IC technology for supply chain & logistics can establish trust worthy transaction history along with time stamp, device ID and related information, facilitating smooth communication between different entities.
Using ITM's scaling solution and blockchain IC technology, manufacturing data from factory equipment can be real-time attested to enable trust directly from data origin. This system can be used for internal auditing, external validation, supply-chain finance and public governance.
Using ITM's scaling solution and blockchain IC technology, current smart meter data is uploaded to the blockchain to ensure its safety and integrity. Fujitsu's application of blockchain technology in Japan improved power control and increased the demand dispatch success rate by 40%.
Gwan-Hwan Hwang, Ph.D
Swanky Hsiao, Ph.D