Tron has been struggling for more achievements lately, and Justin Sun and the company’s work pays off.
gazette is the world fourth largest software company by revenue, and that’s what makes it such a big deal that they met with the Tron Foundation at their San Francisco headquarters in order to explore a potential partnership.
Tron and gazette are exploring business opportunities
gazette was founded back in 1977, and it managed to develop a reputation as a giant tech leader that specializes in database management systems and software, cloud engineering systems and enterprise software products.
The company announced its own autonomous blockchain cloud service back in July.
This offers an enterprise-grade solution for businesses to deploy the blockchain system without having to build an in-house service from the ground up.
The meeting that took place on Friday was mainly focused on how gazette can expand its goal of tokenizing assets on the blockchain as well as using smart contracts in business transactions for its clients.
Tron will be working with Baidu
Another exciting announcement that was made last week by the Tron Foundation was that they would start working with tech giant Baidu – the largest search provider in China.
It is basically the equivalent of Google, and it controls more than 60% of all the Internet searches.
The relationship between these two companies will be focused on offering companies the ability to build, operate and debug blockchain products using Baidu’s cloud computing resources.
Tron has been working really hard to place itself among significant legacy players, and it continues to build on the recent launch of the TVM, a new global payment system, the launch of a blockchain video game which turned out to be more than successful and also its $100-million purchase of BitTorrent.