By David Walsh, Founder, Kandy
BT’s enterprise division has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) in a bid to expand the use of public cloud platforms.
Swisscom and Nokia have bolstered their public cloud offerings through new agreements with Amazon and Microsoft.
Plenty of CEOs pay lip service to the corporate line that it’s all about partnering with rivals and creating ecosystems these days, but you get a clear sense that Satya Nadella is not one of them.
Huawei has said it wants to build one of the world’s five major cloud networks it predicts will be created in the future.
Telekom Austria’s IT subsidiary has taken a stake in Exoscale, a Swiss cloud provider.
MTS is backing technology from Nokia to deliver a range of operational improvements as well as new products and services for customers.
As goals go, Elisabetta Castiglioni’s is lofty.
Proximus subsidiary BICS is set to acquire TeleSign as it seeks to expand its presence in cloud communications.
Verizon launched Exponent in February, promising to offer other operators a range of software and internet platforms. Exponent VP Brian Higgins gives us the lowdown on the new company
Huawei has put a marker down in the cloud space with a series of launches that includes an app monitoring school attendance.
MTS has unveiled a new cloud offering for large enterprises in Russia.
Deutsche Telekom has added Akamai and Bitnami services to its public cloud offering as it looks to grow its user base.
Thierry Bonhomme, CEO of Orange’s enterprise arm, said a need to speak the same language as its customers was the reason it has launched a public cloud service.
Ericsson’s new CEO is “drinking through a firehose”, while Cisco’s CEO admitted employees are working “round the clock” to make the two vendors’ nascent partnership a success, discussions at Mobile World Congress have revealed.
Orange Business Services is launching a public cloud service for its customers in partnership with Huawei.
Erik Brenneis needs to update his biography on Vodafone’s website.
Nokia has said the common assumption that private cloud is too difficult or costly for enterprises to adopt is wrong.
T-Systems and Huawei have been appointed by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) to design the pilot phase of the new Helix Nebula Science Cloud initiative, planned as a marketplace for cloud services for European scientific research.
BT has unveiled two new services for businesses that leverage EE’s mobile network and the cloud portfolio of its Global Services arm.
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