IOTA and Dell Secure Future of IoT with New Patent

• Dell Technologies has recently published a new patent that proposes the use of IOTA’s Tangle technology for its Data Confidence Fabric View Models.
• IOTA and Dell have worked on a number of projects ranging from measuring carbon footprint to transforming urban mobility, etc.
• Dell-IOTA partnership on multiple initiatives to build smart cities, reduce carbon footprint and bring sustainable energy to digital cities.

Dell & IOTA Partnership

Dell Technologies and the IOTA Foundation have been leveraging their combined expertise in order to drive innovation across various industries. The two organizations have worked on several projects together, ranging from measuring carbon footprints to transforming urban mobility amongst others. Recently, Dell patented a proposed use of the IOTA Tangle technology for its Data Confidence Fabric (DCF) View Models.

Using Tangle Technology

The patent talks about using the Tangle technology in order to interact with different types of ledgers, such as IOTA Streams or Smart Contracts that can be wrapped by a library in order to mimic streaming behavior. It also explains how this approach will help construct view models through abstraction and provide stream-like interfaces for better data confidence information.

Multiple Initiatives

IOTA and Dell are also collaborating on numerous initiatives aimed at tackling challenges faced by organizations in the climate industry who are looking for solutions related to cloud computing and effectively measuring their carbon footprints. Additionally, they are also working together towards bringing sustainable energy use cases into digital cities of the future.


Overall, this new patent from Dell is a step forward for both organizations as it would help them better utilize distributed ledger technology in order to bring innovative solutions in areas such as sustainability, carbon measurement among others. This would ultimately lead to more efficient utilization of resources while reducing costs associated with these processes significantly over time.