Nokia has initiated the migration of its on-premises IT infrastructure to Google Cloud under a five-year contract.
Another customer for Google Cloud in the telecom sector. The American group formalizes the signing of a contract with Nokia.
As part of this "five-year strategic collaboration", the Finnish equipment manufacturer is migrating its IT infrastructure currently on site. The process has started and "is expected to extend over a period of 18-24 months."
We are proud to announce our collaboration with Google Cloud to transform our digital infrastructure. Read about the strategic collaboration and the planned #DigitalTransformation here: https://t.co/2MOWN3phhD#cloud pic.twitter.com/2tn9TGa00M
– Nokia (@nokia) October 14, 2020
Google Cloud does not say more about the partners who will be solicited. Nor on the products, uses and infrastructure covered by the contract. However, the deal remains notable given the weight of Nokia: around 100,000 employees and $ 23 billion in revenue.
In this category, Google Cloud has clients like Airbus Defense and Space ($ 11 billion from C.A.), PayPal (18 billion), System U (26 billion), Orange (42 billion) and HSBC (56 billion).
In the telecoms sector, its references are AT&T, Equinix, NTT DoCoMo or even Vodafone.
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