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Google sprinkles AI on everything at I/O

As well the new gadgets that were paraded out on the catwalk of Google I/O yesterday, there were a myriad of other updates to Google’s ludicrously wide product set, usually involving AI enhancements.

KT Cloud could be worth $2 billion

KT is reportedly mulling selling off a chunk of its recently-created cloud business, a move that could value the unit as a whole at US$2 billion.

Bell launches AWS-powered edge services

Bell’s Amazon Web Services (AWS) partnership reached a new milestone this week with the commercial launch of multi-access edge computing (MEC) services.

VMO2 launches TV streaming device

UK converged operator VMO2 has launched a device called Stream for its broadband customers, which aggregates content from multiple TV services and allows billing for them to be controlled in one place.

Nokia gets SaaSy with its customers

Finnish kit vendor Nokia has commissioned some research that CSPs can save 25% over five years if they move their software from on-premise to the SaaS model.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: decentralization, deglobalization and Huawei

We’re delighted to welcome special guest Maria Lema of Weaver Labs this week. Maria’s company develops software designed to decentralize the whole process of accessing network services, using some of the principles and technologies associated with the evolution of Web3, which prompts lots of conversational tangents. They eventually get around to a couple of items from the week’s news, specifically the affect of the use of sanctions on globalization and Huawei’s recent annual report.

Nokia and Meta partner with… who?

The company formerly known as Etisalat has partnered with the company formerly known as Facebook, essentially to highlight the significance of its recent rebrand.

Enrico Salvatori, Qualcomm, delves deeper into both the evolution and future of 5G, and highlights the connected intelligent edge as a key component for success

As Qualcomm continues to increase its stake in the 5G game, Enrico Salvatori, , SVP & President, Qualcomm Europe/MEA QUALCOMM Europe, Inc. Italy Branch Office, discusses how Qualcomm will be focussing on phase two of 5G’s evolution. Now that objects can be interconnected, true evolution and digital transformation requires intelligence to be given to the devices, with end-to-end connectivity of applications and services to the cloud – otherwise known as connected intelligent edge. Edge itself will be a critical to achieving low latency, real-time and security.

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