To meet the growing technology demand of Spanish businesses, Google Cloud and Telefónica are announcing a new partnership to take the country’s digital transformation and 5G mobile edge computing forward. As part of the deal, Google Cloud today announced its plans to open a new cloud region in Spain that will take advantage of Telefónica’s infrastructure in the Madrid region.
The quickening of Spain’s digital transformation and the proliferation of 5G technologies for users and businesses alike are key growth engines for the market. Spain needs enterprises and public associations of all sizes to be able to embrace the present and future digital challenges and to do so, these businesses need an agile, scalable, secure, and resilient telecommunications infrastructure. This powerful technology backbone will provide easy access to new innovations that will accelerate business development, complete with investments in technological solutions.
Telefónica Tech’s cloud market will reinforce its multi-cloud approach worldwide with joint marketing methods in order to offer its customers a comprehensive clarification, which, together with security and communications, will enable businesses to enjoy a unique and comprehensive experience.
The partnership also indicates the importance and connection of cloud computing for the future of the telecommunications industry. Telefónica’s strong infrastructure joined with Google Cloud’s mobile edge stage will deliver reliable and value-added 5G services to Spanish businesses and customers.
Telefónica will also use Google Cloud services to promote its own digital capabilities—in areas such as machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), data analytics, and application development—to resume to give new services and tools to its global customer base.
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