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Amazon Announces Investments in Two Sustainable Companies as Part of The Climate Pledge Fund

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Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer covers Amazon’s investments in two sustainable tech companies as part the latest round of funding from The Climate Pledge Fund, a $2 Billion venture capital fund dedicated to supporting promising green tech startups in a variety of industries. She also provides insights on how these investments will impact the climate change fight.

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GTT Communications Partners with Palo Alto Networks to Power its SASE Platform

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GTT Communications has partnered with Palo Alto Networks to power its SASE Platform. Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer offers insights on how the managed security service partnership will leverage networking and security capabilities of the two companies to both strengthen and simply the security of network access and use of cloud applications as enterprises continue to adapt to the new requirements of the hybrid workforce. This is a great move for GTT Communications, one that will likely boost the value of its cloud-based offerings. But this is an even better move for Palo Alto Networks, and one that we anticipate will prove the power of its security offering.

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Microsoft Launched Sustainable Data Center Region in Sweden Using Green Power

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Microsoft launched a sustainable data center region in Sweden that will be completely powered by carbon-free green energy. Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer breaks down this announcement and what it will mean for the region and the future of data storage along with the benefits this is intended to extend to customers in their own sustainability efforts.

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Amazon Announces Plans to Invest in 18 New Renewable Energy Projects

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Recently, Amazon announced plans to invest in 18 new renewable energy projects. The utility-scale wind and solar energy projects are across the U.S., Finland, Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK. With these new investments, Amazon now has 274 renewable energy projects globally. Futurum’s lead analyst Shelly Kramer breaks down the details of these new investments and what this means for sustainability.