Cloud

    • Google Cloud, Telefonica partner on cloud region and 5G

      Google Cloud, Telefonica partner on cloud region and 5G

      To meet the growing technology needs of Spanish businesses, Google Cloud and Telefonica announced last week a new partnership to foster the country’s digital transformation and advance 5G mobile edge computing. As part of this agreement Google Cloud also announced its plans to open a new cloud region in Spain that will leverage Telefonica’s Madrid region infrastructure.

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    • EU creates own cloud computing platform

      EU creates own cloud computing platform

      With most hyperscale cloud companies being headquartered in the US and China, the European Union is looking to set up a cloud ecosystem of its own to enhance its economic sovereignty and ensure that it has complete control over data flowing across its Member States. 

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    • Showtime for Stadia cloud gaming service

      Showtime for Stadia cloud gaming service

      Google sets out to transform the video game world with its new Stadia service crafted to let people access console-quality games as easily as they do email. The promise of Stadia is that you can play your games anywhere. You could do it right now, on your work or school laptop, for instance.

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    • NXP, Microsoft bring long-term security to the IoT edge

      NXP, Microsoft bring long-term security to the IoT edge

      In a major collaboration effort, chipmaker NXP and Microsoft will deliver a secure hardware platform for Industrial IoT edge applications eeNews Europe announced this week. This includes new versions of NXPs i.MX 8 processor, enhanced by security IP from Microsoft. The ecosystem to be developed will be tightly entangled with Microsoft’s cloud services. The move includes long-term security updates for installations in the field.

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    • Microsoft, BMW launch industrial cloud platform

      Microsoft, BMW launch industrial cloud platform

      BMW has big plans for its iNext electric and fully autonomous vehicle, but making the car will require a streamlined, coordinated, and automated manufacturing system — something Microsoft wants to help them build. Thus, on Tuesday during the Hannover Messe, the companies announced a partnership to launch a new open-sourced industrial manufacturing platform called the Open Manufacturing Platform, or OMP.

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