Sixgill, which provides data services for governing internet-of-things assets, has added digital ledger technology to its repertoire.

According to its press release, the company’s Sixgill Integrity is designed to use blockchain to protect the integrity of data being transmitted among IoT devices.

“Until now, blockchain foundations have been too slow and encumbered to achieve critical, real-time operations performance,” the company said. “Sixgill Integrity applies a hybrid architecture to combine the immutability of DLT with the high performance of modern, distributed database technologies.”

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