Welcome to the Wiki of ISG PDL on Permissioned Distributed Ledgers.
We analyze and provide the foundations for the operation of permissioned distributed ledgers, with the ultimate purpose of creating an open ecosystem of industrial solutions to be deployed by different sectors, fostering the application of these technologies, and therefore contributing to consolidate the trust and dependability on information technologies supported by global, open telecommunications networks.
Find more about the technology and the group at https://www.etsi.org/committee/1467-pdl.
Information about research projects identified in the H2020 program can be found in PDL 001 Annex B (Pages 18-25) H2020 Related Research Projects.
PDL Proof of Concepts campaign
ISG PDL calls for Proof of Concepts from multi-vendor partnerships, open to any organization who may be interested. A PoC project is an activity oriented to perform a Proof of Concept according to the framework described in the present document
Detailed information on how to set up a PoC Team and how to submit a PoC Proposal may be found in ETSI GS PDL 005.
PoC Review Team
The Volunteers for the PoC review team are: Telefonica (Diego Lopez), Huawei (Ray Forbes) InterDigital (Chonggang Wang), Ericsson (Erik Forsgren) & ETSI (Christine Mera)
This page provides the list of on-going ISG PDL PoCs. Click on them to learn further details.
The following PDL Proofs of Concept are developed according to the ETSI ISG PDL Proof of Concept Framework. PDL Proofs of Concept are intended to demonstrate DLT as a viable technology. Results are fed back to the Industry Specification Group on Mobile Edge Computing.
Neither ETSI, the ISG PDL, nor their members make any endorsement of any product or implementation claiming to demonstrate or conform to PDL/DLT. No verification or test has been performed by ETSI on any part of these PDL Proofs of Concept.
|1||Intelligent Decentralized Internet Infrastructure (DII)||PDL920)000_014 (pdf)||Expected 30/12/2020|