Vodafone groups up with Google Cloud on knowledge analytics – ET Telecom

Mobile operator Vodafone Group Plc and Alphabet Inc’s Google Cloud entered a strategic partnership to collectively develop knowledge providers, Vodafone mentioned on Sunday.

About 1,000 staff in Britain, Spain and the United States will likely be to requested by each corporations to create “Nucleus”, a brand new cloud-based storage and analytics portal which is able to host Vodafone’s knowledge.

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

“Both companies will drive the use of reliable and secure data analytics, insights, and learnings to support the introduction of new digital products and services for Vodafone customers simultaneously worldwide,” the assertion added.

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

The information was first reported by the Financial Times on Sunday.

As a part of the six-year settlement, each corporations can even develop a system referred to as ‘Dynamo’, which might extract and transport knowledge throughout totally different international locations the place the British-based telecom firm operates.

According to the FT report, the 2 corporations additionally wish to promote consultancy providers to different multinational companies trying to transfer enormous quantities of information to the cloud sooner or later.

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