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FedEx Partners with XYO Network to Build Location-Based Tech Capabilities

| December 3, 2018

FedEx Institute of Technology

XYO Network, the technology bringing blockchain to the real world, announced it will partner with FedEx Institute of Technology to jointly explore benefits and opportunities based on XYO’s work with blockchain-based relative location technology. 

As part of a partnership program for leaders with the FedEx Institute of Technology at the University of Memphis, XYO Network will work directly with logistics leaders to create real-world solutions leveraging blockchain-based location data to improve upon the company’s existing delivery platform, logistics systems, and more.

Founded in 2003, the is an advanced technology and research organization that serves as the gateway to the research infrastructure and innovation capabilities of the University of Memphis. It serves as a catalyst for interdisciplinary research and innovation in emerging technologies by supporting multiple research innovation clusters, and is a unique public private partnership among Fortune 500 companies.

“We see a strong innovative element to the work the XYO team is doing, and we feel their progress and developments could potentially impact the broader world in significant ways,” said Cody Behles, Director of Innovation and Research Support at the FedEx Institute of Technology. “We look forward to seeing how we can reshape the conversation about what is possible in the logistics industry.”

Through the innovative program at the Institute, XYO will work closely with leaders and decision-makers in Memphis, the capital of logistics in the United States collaboratively brainstorming and developing ways that solutions from XYO can integrate and add value to the logistics industry.

“We’re excited to build out our partnership and to contribute to the innovation at the FedEx Institute of Technology in a unique and meaningful way,” commented Markus Levin, co-founder of XYO Network. “What we’re doing with location verification and the blockchain can significantly enhance the already-advanced body of knowledge and technology in the field. We look forward to building out new value-add applications with our colleagues at the Institute over the short term.”



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