VW And AWS open their industrial cloud project to other manufacturing and technology companies and it’s apparent that the companies did their due diligence in terms of partners on this front. Both tout the involvement of Siemens, which is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner, and has been an integration partner for the industrial cloud project from the beginning. I’ll be looking for good things ahead as a result of this partnership.
Amidst the global pandemic Amazon has been positioned well for continued success and this quarter shined as the company delivered well above expectations.
Amdocs’s acquisition of Openet augments its cloud-native credentials, especially in the 5G policy, charging, and data management domains. The deal also helps diversify Amdocs’ revenue streams, particularly in light of T-Mobile’s consolidation of the Sprint assets. Now Amdocs needs to acquire more robust cloud assets in order to fulfill the strategic business objectives of the CSPs as they build-out their hybrid cloud and multi-cloud implementations in the 5G world.
Google Cloud announces the general availability of Its Cloud VMware Engine which validates VMware as an industry standard for virtualization and gives Google more clout in the booming cloud market.
IBM and Adobe have partnered to deliver customer experience and data management in the cloud for regulated industries. Diving into the partnership objective.
Allscripts and Microsoft Corp. announces a five-year extension to their strategic alliance to enable the expanded development and delivery of cloud-based health IT solutions.
Oracle Cloud has partnered with the NIH to build a COVID-19 Volunteer Screening Registry in order to screen millions of volunteers eager to participate in hundreds of clinical trials by year’s end. This will no doubt put Oracle’s cloud capabilities to the test — we’re betting the company is up for the challenge.
Oracle has announced its most recent updates to its Oracle Supply Chain Cloud Management tool, including some important changes for users.
Recently during HPE Discover, the company released a series of return to work technologies that included key work from home technologies.
With the Hansen Provision Release 7.0 debut, Hansen enhances its Create-Sell-Deliver portfolio and now offers the cloud-native fulfillment capabilities key to increasing its presence in the global operator space, especially in microservices-driven 5G environments and powering potential operator expansion into verticals such as energy and utilities.