SyncFab, a distributed manufacturing platform that streamlines the industrial OEM hardware supply chain, has welcomed blockchain engineer Srinivas Ratnam to contribute to SyncFab’s cross-chain interoperability evaluation and optimization development effort.
Srinivas has a background in mutli-chain development environments including Ethereum, Hyperledger Fabric, Corda, EOS and now with a new focus on Binance Chain.
Srinivas has more than 17 years of IT experience in responsible financial data management in large scale wealth management and investment banking as well as the public sector, healthcare, automotive, supply chain logistics, facilities management, oil, and natural gas.
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Within the young blockchain industry, he has already accumulated more than 3 years of experience in blockchain design and development including the implementation of a p2p network for a public blockchain on Ethereum/EOS and implementation of a p2p network for a private blockchain on R3 Corda.
“I am excited to join SyncFab to contribute to cross-chain interoperability evaluation and related development efforts. I am very enthusiastic about the application of Blockchain technology in the industrial manufacturing supply chain industry which was a major factor in my decision to join the team. I look forward to leveraging my years of experience as a certified Ethereum and Corda Blockchain Architecture and Development lead to now work with SyncFab in the manufacturing supply chain vertical evaluating how we can apply cross-chain interoperability methodology to maximize our solution to meet the ever-evolving needs of the aerospace, automotive and medical device industries amongst others. This is an exciting time in technology and an exciting time in blockchain and I am happy to be a part of the pioneering process at SyncFab in a key role.”
– Srinivas Ratnam, SyncFab
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