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Validation Cloud Joins Hyperledger to Advance Enterprise Demand

Validation Cloud, a provider of a highly functional node infrastructure, has joined the Hyperledger Foundation. As a new member of the Hyperledger Foundation, Validation Cloud plans to contribute its knowledge of enterprise deployments to the cause of advancing the Hyperledger ecosystem. 

The innovative technology stack at Validation Cloud delivers exceptional global performance and compliance for business applications. The company says its Node API is among the fastest and most reliable infrastructure offerings available from the company.

A look at Validation Cloud’s product suite

Validation Cloud, with headquarters in Zug, Switzerland, provides staking, node, and data-as-a-service technologies that are both highly performant and extremely customisable. Fast, scalable, and smart, their platform connects businesses to the Web3 by means of streaming data.

Additionally, the company has just attained System and Organization Controls (SOC2) Type 1 certification. The certification came following an audit by Sensiba LLP and is a landmark that demonstrates the company’s commitment to upholding the most stringent requirements for data security and compliance.

The cutting-edge technology used in Validation Cloud also has other advantages, such as enterprise-level stability and robustness. Validation Cloud’s elastic architecture enables these features by providing self-healing methods and worldwide smart routing to ensure that businesses never lose connectivity.

As the number of businesses adopting Web3 technology continues to expand, Validation Cloud hopes that joining the Hyperledger Foundation will give it leverage.  According to Alex Nwaka, Validation Cloud’s chief strategy officer, the company intends to power the next generation of enterprise blockchain applications built in the Hyperledger ecosystem and beyond. This could potentially help expand its market.