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Tech Mahindra sets up a dedicated Google Cloud unit

To accelerate the adoption of cloud computing, Tech Mahindra has launched a dedicated Google Cloud business unit. Focused on industry-specific cloud solutions, the unit will balance growth and innovation, ensure scalability and seamless customer experience. With Tech Mahindra already a Premier Partner of Google Cloud, the new unit will further strengthen relations and bring diverse teams together to ensure a superior user experience.

Source: The Hindu Business Line

Google Cloud, TCS expand strategic partnership

Tata Consultancy Services said it will build experience centres for customers and expand its partnership with Google Cloud. Titled “Google Garages”, the centres will enable enterprises to evaluate cloud solutions, develop apps and apply AI to them. Google Garages will be set up in New York, Tokyo, and Amsterdam innovation hubs of TCS, showcasing products available on Google Cloud, such as BaNCS, Optumera, and Waferwise.

Source: Livemint 

Nokia, Vodafone launch cloud-based ML-powered network anomaly detection service

Nokia and Vodafone have launched a service that detects and remediates network anomalies. The service, running on the Google cloud, is an ML-powered product that is expected to detect 80% of Vodafone’s mobile network issues. The product is released across Vodafone’s 60,000 4G sites in Italy and will soon be available to telco’s 5G and core networks. By 2022 the service is set to roll out to all European markets.

Google to launch second cloud region in India

Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Thomas Kurain, CEO of Google Cloud will announce the launch of a second GCP region in India in Delhi-NCR region on July 15. Availability of network will be improved while the latency will be reduced to enable companies to speed up their digital transformation. Last year Sundar Pichai committed $10bn towards helping India go digital, while Kurain said Google cloud is opening many more GCP regions and India is on its priority list.

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Jio partners with Google for cloud for 5G, retail, other businesses

Reliance Jio has joined hands with Google to avail cloud services for 5G and other internal needs of businesses. Google Cloud will provide a complete E2E cloud offering for fully automated lifecycle management of Jio’s 5G network and services. The collaboration will also bring a portfolio of 5G edge computing solutions. Jio’s core business will be shifted to Google cloud to enable them to use Google’s AI, ML, e-com, and demand forecasting services.

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India now has access to Google cloud VMware engine

Enterprises in India now have access to Google cloud VMware. They can now shift their VMware apps to Google cloud without having to rewrite them. This will help the enterprises shift to cloud, reduce operational burden while profiting from scale and agility, and maintain continuity with their own existing tools, policies, and processes. VMware is valued for its third-party ecosystem for disaster recovery, backup, monitoring, security, and many other IT tools.

SpaceX trusts Google cloud for Starlink internet service

Google won the deal of providing cloud computing services to Elon Musk owned SpaceX, which recently launched 60 satellites to give high-speed internet. Ground stations of SpaceX will be set up in Google data centers to connect Starlink satellite. The low latency high-speed internet service is expected to start in the H2 of 2021. Musk hopes that these hundreds of internet-providing satellites will generate enough revenue to support SpaceX’s interplanetary goals.

Vodafone, Google Cloud team up on data analytics

Vodafone and Google Cloud have joined hands to develop cloud-based data services. Over 1,000 people of both the firms in Britain, Spain, and the USA will create “Nucleus”, a new cloud-based storage and analytics portal to host data. The nucleus will have the power to process 50 terabytes of data per day within the cloud. Vodafone and Google Cloud will drive the use of reliable and secure data analytics, insights, and learnings to support client’s digital products and services.