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IBM, Vodafone create JV to provide cloud, 5G and AI, ink deal worth USD 550 mln

2019-01-17 16:35:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) IBM and Vodafone Business are creating a new venture that will provide companies across Europe and beyond with the open, flexible technologies they need to integrate multiple clouds and prepare for the next wave of digital transformation enabled by AI, 5G, edge and software defined networking (SDN). The new venture will be operational in the first half. Under the new venture, Vodafone Business customers will immediately have access to the full portfolio of IBM's cloud offerings, underpinned by IBM's deep industry expertise and open technologies.


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Amazon Web Services unveils AWS Backup service

2019-01-17 09:01:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Amazon Web Services (AWS) has released AWS Backup, a fully-managed, centralised backup service that allows customers to back up their data across AWS services and on-premises. The platform gives customers a single service to configure and audit the AWS resources they backup, automate backup scheduling, set retention policies, and monitor recent backups and restores in one place. 


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Orange creates 51:49 JV with Groupama to offer home surveillance services in France

2019-01-16 11:15:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Orange and insurance group Groupama have joined forces to set up Protectline, a simplified joint stock company operating in the French home surveillance market. Orange owns 51 percent of Protectline's capital while Groupama holds the remaining 49 percent.


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Netflix to up prices in the US, much of Latin America - report

2019-01-15 17:35:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) Netflix will be lifting its prices in the US by 13-18 percent, the Associated Press reported. Prices will go up with immediate effect for all new subscribers and then roll out to existing customers over the next three months. Customers in about 40 Latin American countries where Netflix bills in US dollars will also be affected, except key markets such as Mexico and Brazil.


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NBCUniversal to launch ad-supported, free streaming service for US, international markets

2019-01-15 09:41:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) NBCUniversal said it will be launching a new streaming service in 2020, offering premium content for free in the US and major international markets. The service will be ad-supported, running on partnerships with advertisers and distributors, but there will also be an ad-free version, for a non-specified fee.


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