Fujitsu is a world-famous and leading provider of IT products and services for the global marketplace including hardware, software, networking, business solutions, and more. On February 7 of 2018, Kai Pasing, the Head of CEO Office of Fujitsu, has written in his twitter account that he had met with IOTA Foundation co-Founder Dominik Schiener in Munich.
Meeting with #IOTA Foundation Co-Founder @DomSchiener in snowy #Munich today to discuss future potentials especially around #Industrie40 #I40 #everythingasaservice and #m2m payments in cooperation with #Fujitsu s Industry 4.0 Competence Center @RolfWerner ⤴️ pic.twitter.com/1xb8i1sJT9
— Kai Pasing (@kaipasing) 7 February 2018
Kai Pasing and Dominik Schiener reportedly discussed the future potentials especially regarding Industrie40 everything-as-a-service [EaaS], and machine-to-machine payments in cooperation with Fujitsu's Industry 4.0 Competence Center.
No official statements regarding the IOTA and Fujitsu partnership have been made yet, but it is certain that two companies are on the way to collaboration, and only time will show which projects can grow out of two major companies' cooperation.
It is worth reminding that in November of 2017 IOTA has already been gathering partnerships from Microsoft, Fujitsu, Bosch, Deutsche Bank Telekom, and others for IoT data monetization.
At the moment of press, these are main market parameters of IOTA:
Average price: $1,83
Marketcap: $5 099 604 210
24h volume: $60 737 300