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Kambria launches mainnet platform

Released at: 13:47, 27/09/2018

Kambria launches mainnet platform

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Platform an open community repository comprising a high-level behavior library and modular hardware components.

by Doanh Doanh

Kambria, the “first-ever” open innovation blockchain project that enables and incentivizes collaboration in R&D, manufacturing, and the commercialization of advanced technology, has launched its mainnet platform.

Drawing inspiration from other widely popular open source operating systems like Linux and Android, the core of the Kambria platform is an open community repository comprising a high-level behavior library and modular hardware components. The repository is designed to eliminate waste and current inefficiencies in today’s innovation model by maximizing reusability and collaboration during the development process.

“This release is a significant milestone for Kambria and our community,” said Thuc Vu, Kambria’s CEO and Co-founder. “We can now connect investors, developers, manufacturers and consumers to bring forth innovation in an exponential manner. Making the Kambria platform available on the mainnet is an open call for collaborative development, where we are starting with a series of hackathons across the globe.”

Kambria believes that a combination of reduced costs, cutting edge technologies, and swift delivery will spur rapid adoption of its platform by companies, developers, and manufacturers. This cycle of innovation will drive the next wave of technological advances that will provide value for people across the world.

Founded in 2017 by the team at OhmniLabs, Kambria is an open innovation platform that enables and incentivizes collaboration in R&D, manufacturing and the commercialization of advanced technology. Kambria’s mission is to enable faster, cheaper, and easier development and adoption of technologies. The founders named the platform Kambria, after the Cambrian Explosion, 500 million years ago, when an accelerated evolutionary rate gave rise to biodiversity and abundance. They believe the Kambria platform will be the catalyst for a similar explosion in the adoption of frontier technology.

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