On July 14, 2020, a Medium post revealed that the Ontology (ONT) dev team will now gain exclusive access to the Google Cloud Partner Ecosystem’s innovative tools and technology.
This comes after three of Ontology’s projects were accepted into the Google Cloud ecosystem. The projects highlight fresh and robust schemes that Ontology has integrated into Google’s cloud computing services to develop innovative solutions that utilize the benefits of evolving tech.
As per the announcement, Ontology will also take part in Google’s next On Air event, a virtual experience that will offer Ontology developers the chance to share ideas with Google experts and tap into the IT giant’s infrastructure’s vast resources.
Remarking on the development, Andy Ji, Co-founder of Ontology, noted:
“Collaborating with Google Cloud offers us the opportunity to demonstrate the real-world business value of integrating blockchain technology with other technical disciplines such as cloud computing, which is a vital step in bringing blockchain to mainstream use.”
He added that ONT’s partnership with a leading global project run by Google showcases blockchain’s potential and highlights Ontology’s technological shrewdness and broad industry experience.
Three ONT Projects to be Adopted
With today’s integration, the Ontology dev team will gain access to the recent and most powerful toolsets provided by Google Cloud. As a new official Google Cloud Partner, Ontology will continue to improve upon the full utilization of Google Cloud in three ONT-led projects.
The first Ontology project that Google Cloud has integrated into the cloud is the ONT solution for OGQ—the global platform for content creators. They will be linked with the audience and their copyright protected with the help of the Google Cloud infrastructure.
The next ONT project to be integrated on Google is Kaiyun, a key logistics service provider for urban transport and terminal-end deliveries. This blockchain-powered solution will help create an enhanced transport network model that will be more operational and efficient.
Finally, Google has decided to add support for ONT’s Dangerous-Goods-Delivery solution developed for LANXESS, a German-based startup working to integrate distributed ledger (DLT) and internet of Things (IoT) tech on specialty chemical deliveries.
Ontology’s Growing Partnerships
Apart from being integrated into the Google infrastructure, ONT has also recently partnered with Swiss service provider Bitcoin Suisse in a move that saw the ONT token and wallet add support for the CryptoFranc (XCHF) stablecoin.
More recently, on July 5, 2020, the imminent Ontology 2.0 got a boost after the Binance exchange announced that it would support the upcoming network upgrade.