Amazon Lookout for Equipment, a cloud service that uses AWS-developed machine learning models to help perform predictive maintenance on equipment, is now generally available.
Finnish telecommunications equipment provider Nokia has struck deals with Amazon Web Services, Microsoft and Google to pair its radio access network technologies for 5G with the cloud services of the three companies.
The Australian Department of Defence is continuing to use a Chinese-owned data centre, Global Switch, for hosting some of its data, even though it was told to switch providers by the end of last year.
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