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Dell, AT&T Collaborate on Open Source Edge Computing and 5G Services

Dell, AT&T Collaborate on Open Source Edge Computing and 5G Services

Automated, programmable and intelligent bare-metal cloud operations to speed new service delivery Dell Technologies and AT&T are jointly exploring the development of key open infrastructure technology areas for the next-generation network edge that will be required by service providers to support new use cases and service opportunities in a cloud-oriented 5G world. 5G is not

Microsoft wins major cloud deal from AT&T

AT&T Communications and Microsoft are embarking on an extensive, multiyear alliance where the two companies will apply technologies, including cloud, AI, and 5G, to improve how people live and work today and in the future. Microsoft will be the preferred cloud provider for non-network applications, as part of AT&T’s broader public cloud first strategy, and

IBM, AT&T Form Multi-Year Strategic Alliance

Companies to expand relationship to enable moving AT&T Business applications to IBM Cloud IBM and AT&T have announced a multi-year strategic alliance under which AT&T Communications will use IBM’s expertise to modernize AT&T Business Solutions’ internal software applications, enabling migrations to the IBM Cloud. In addition, IBM will provide infrastructure to support AT&T Business’s applications.

AT&T allies with Cisco, IBM, Intel

AT&T has formed alliances with Cisco, Deloitte, Ericsson, GE, IBM, Intel, and Qualcomm to help build “smart” connected communities, a focus of its Internet of Things initiative. The carrier says it is developing a smart cities framework with its partners to initially smarten up Atlanta, the Georgia Institute of Technology, Chicago and Dallas. Atlanta is

Leaked NSA Documents Show AT&T Helped Spy Agency

The US National Security Agency has used a unique, decades-old partnership with AT&T to snoop on Internet usage, according to newly disclosed documents leaked by Edward Snowden. The documents provided by the former NSA contractor and reviewed by The New York Times and ProPublica described a “highly collaborative” telecom giant that demonstrated an “extreme willingness