Azure Partner Roundup: 5G project; IO-intensive workloads; AI cybersecurity; Australian competition

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In this week’s roundup: Amdocs works with M1 on digital transformation with Azure, Excelero aims to close gaps in cloud storage, Vectra deploys its Cognito platform on Azure, and Australia sees intensifying competition between Azure service providers.

Amdocs works with M1 on digital transformation with Azure

Amdocs and M1 Limited have teamed up in Singapore on a digital transformation initiative using Amdocs’ Openet offering and Azure. Through the partnership, Amdocs will support M1’s 5G services and provide real-time usage data.

“Through our work with Amdocs, we aim to develop and deliver services to accelerate CSPs’ transformation to the cloud. Together with Amdocs Openet solutions, M1 will gain access to a cloud-native, open and dynamic portfolio of digital services that will give them faster time to market and higher agility to meet the evolving needs of customer,” stated Yousef Khalidi, Corporate Vice President, Azure for Operators.

“With Amdocs Openet charging and data management products, M1 will be able to harness the power of 5G by managing and monetizing a wide range of digital and 5G services and bring new experiences to life for its customers. We look forward to working with M1 on their transformation journey,” Anthony Goonetilleke, Group President of Media, Network and Technology at Amdocs, in a statement.

Excelero aims to close gaps in cloud storage

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