Intel joins hands with Google Cloud to accelerate 5G deployment
The partnership focuses on accelerating the ability of communications service providers to deploy their virtualized radio access network (RAN) and open up next-generation RAN solutions with next-generation infrastructure and hardware, the two companies said Tuesday.
Other areas the partnership focuses on are launching a new lab environment to help communications service providers innovate in the cloud-based environment. 5G networks and make it easier for communication service providers to deliver business applications to the edge of the network.
“Communication service providers can adopt native cloud technologies to exploit the potential of 5G both as a connectivity solution and as a platform for business services to deliver applications to the edge of the network, “said Shailesh Shukla, vice president and general manager of network at Google Cloud.
This collaboration marks another important step forward in Intel ‘s journey to help transform Intel 5G network with software-defined, flexible and scalable infrastructure.
The reference architectures of the telecommunication cloud and integrated solutions from Intel and Google will help communications service providers further accelerate scalable network and end deployments as they deploy multicloud architectures.
This is crucial for achieving the full potential of 5G, ultimate and artificial intelligence in a number of industries, including retail, manufacturing and healthcare, Intel and Google said.
“The next wave of network transformation is fueled by 5G and leading to a rapid transition to cloud technology,” said Dan Rodriguez, corporate vice president and general manager of Intel’s network platforms group.
“While communication service providers build their 5G network infrastructure, our efforts with Google, and the wider ecosystem will help them deliver flexible, scalable solutions for emerging 5G and end-uses. “
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