A New HPE GreenLake VDI cloud services provide solutions optimized for each type of remote worker and leverages technology partnerships with Citrix, Nutanix, NVIDIA, and VMware.
AWS gets the greenlight for another data center campus in Northern Virginia to accommodate the booming cloud business.
Google Cloud and Nokia strike a five-year cloud deal where Nokia plans to fully migrate its on-premise IT infrastructure to Google Cloud. This is a significant telecom win for Google and reaffirms the trend of the major cloud players’ focusing on industry verticals.
NASA awards Nokia $14.1 million to deploy 4G Network on the moon as part of its Tipping Point lunar initiatives to establish human occupancy for scientific experiments on the moon.
AT&T and Microsoft partner to launch an IoT guardian device which leverages Microsoft Azure’s secure cloud computing paired with AT&T’s network technology. The purpose is to help customers across all verticals transform their operations quickly through massive IoT deployments.
Microsoft takes on AWS Ground Station and announces its Azure Orbital, a fully managed ground station-as-a-service that enables satellite communication, control, and data processing directly in Microsoft Azure.
Google announces Google Tables for automated work tracking. Work tracking proves to be a hot topic last week as Microsoft announces Workplace Analytics for its Microsoft Teams at its Ignite Event as well.
The Microsoft Flight Simulator game has a 2020 reboot with photorealistic, real-time satellite imagery and simulations of scenes from movies like “Top Gun” while letting users see the world. Now the most popular game of the year, its capabilities are powered by Microsoft Azure — and that’s pretty cool.
Cisco and ServiceNow collaborate by integrating Cisco’s indoor location services platform, DNA Spaces, with ServiceNow’s contact tracing and workplace safety application. The vendors’ goal is to improve contact tracing during the COVID-19 pandemic. There are no doubt some challenges ahead, but this integration also presents some customer acquisition opportunities for both companies that make this partnership interesting.
Telehealth visits only comprise 21% of doctor visits compared to 69% in April. After ramping up for virtual appointments, providers are now readjusting to more in-person care again. The good news in all of this is that the result of the COVID-19 pandemic caused heightened awareness of telehealth, and it required providers to lay a foundation to provide this service. This will benefit patients in the long run.