AT&T and Google Cloud are collaborating together to deliver a portfolio of 5G edge computing solutions, according to a press release on AT&T’s website. The collaboration will combine Google’s cloud technologies and AT&T’s network connectivity to help enterprises address emerging business challenges. The solutions will span multiple industries, including manufacturing, retail, transportation, local enterprise 5G, and gaming.
The solutions will be powered by AT&T’s global network and utilize Google Cloud’s core capabilities, including Kubernetes, articial intelligence, machine learning, and data and analytics. In addition to these solutions, Google Cloud and AT&T will enable independent software vendors and solution providers to build new solutions and services using Google Cloud and the AT&T Network Edge.
In the joint press release, Google Cloud’s CEO Thomas Kurain stated: “We are delighted to work with AT&T, a 5G leader, to help enterprises and the industry harness the potential of 5G. Our co-innovation with AT&T aims to bring a multitude of 5G and Edge Computing solutions to address a diversity of use cases, driving real business value in industries like retail, manufacturing, gaming and more. We are deeply committed to helping drive positive business outcomes for enterprises by working with AT&T on 5G.”
AT&T Business’ EVP and CMO Mo Katibeh added: “We’re working with Google Cloud to deliver the next generation of cloud services. Combining AT&T’s network edge, including 5G, with Google Cloud’s edge compute technologies can unlock the cloud’s true potential. This work is bringing us closer to a reality where cloud and edge technologies give businesses the tools to create a whole new world of experiences for their customers.”
Learn more about the AT&T and Google Cloud partnership here.
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