Vodafone, Google Cloud Team Up on Data Analytics

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Cellular operator Vodafone Group and Alphabet’s Google Cloud entered a strategic partnership to collectively develop knowledge companies, Vodafone stated on Sunday.

About 1,000 staff in Britain, Spain, and america can be to requested by each firms to create Nucleus, a brand new cloud-based storage and analytics portal which is able to host Vodafone’s knowledge.

Nucleus can be able to processing round 50 terabytes of information a day throughout the cloud, Vodafone stated in a press release.

“Each firms will drive using dependable and safe knowledge analytics, insights, and learnings to help the introduction of latest digital services and products for Vodafone prospects concurrently worldwide,” the assertion added.

Google didn’t reply to Reuters request for a remark.

The information was first reported by the Monetary Occasions on Sunday.

As a part of the six-year settlement, each firms may even develop a system referred to as ‘Dynamo’, which may extract and transport knowledge throughout completely different nations the place the British-based telecom firm operates.

In keeping with the FT report, the 2 firms additionally need to promote consultancy companies to different multinational companies trying to transfer big quantities of information to the cloud sooner or later.

Google proprietor Alphabet in Q1 2021 reported record profit for the second consecutive quarter and introduced a $50-billion (Rs. 3,72,780 crores) share buyback. Alphabet’s general quarterly gross sales rose 34 % to $55.Three billion (roughly Rs. 4,12,040 crores), above analysts’ estimate of 26 % progress from a yr in the past and near the $56.9 billion (roughly Rs. 4,23,960 crores) it reported within the fourth quarter. Income benefited by an unspecified quantity from Google’s acquisition of smartwatch maker Fitbit in January.

© Thomson Reuters 2021


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