Camelot ITLab has developed a solution based on SAP Leonardo that makes it much easier to block stolen and lost smartphones. The first use case, which was implemented together with SAP and Deutsche Telekom, has already been reported on in the media. This blog post is about the underlying solution, the “Blockchain Accelerator for Mobile Device Management”.

The Blockchain Accelerator for Mobile Device Management helps prevent the reuse of stolen mobile devices. It represents another milestone in Camelot’s track record of delivering groundbreaking digital solutions based on SAP Leonardo. Camelot participates in the SAP Leonardo Partner Medallion Initiative to develop innovations that benefit companies worldwide using SAP solutions.

Next generation asset management

Camelot ITLab’s new solution provides a blockchain-based list of mobile phone serial numbers and their owners, which is accessible to all network operators, smartphone manufacturers and end users, and can be used to blacklist lost or stolen mobile devices. When an operator puts a serial number on this blacklist, the information is shared with all participants in the blockchain network – securely and in real time. As a result, the device can no longer be used with another provider’s SIM card. The reuse of stolen smartphones is a serious problem for network operators, device manufacturers and especially for businesses and private end customers. With the new Blockchain Accelerator Package, Camelot ITLab offers an innovative solution exactly tailored to the needs of these interest groups.

The Blockchain Accelerator for Mobile Device Management is available as a fixed price solution (software and services bundle) and includes the integration of SAP software and design thinking methods.

If you have any questions about Blockchain Accelerator for Mobile Device Management, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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