Google Cloud and AT&T Extend 5G Partnership 

Google Cloud and AT_T Extend 5G Partnership

Google Cloud and AT&T have announced a new range of services that will allow businesses to develop new 5G-powered applications and run them at the network edge or on-premises. The announcement comes over a year after AT&T and Google first said they were collaborating on a portfolio of 5G edge computing solutions for industries like manufacturing, retail, and transportation.

Using Google Cloud capabilities such as Kubernetes, AI, and data analytics, business customers will be able to develop and run applications with the first service. With the second service businesses will be able to deploy applications at Google edge points of presence (POPs), and this will be linked to the 5G and fiber networks of AT&T. Both companies are also exploring how to leverage network APIs for near real-time network data at the Google Cloud edge to enhance applications. 

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