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T-Mobile partners with Google Cloud

2023-06-16 18:57 by


T-Mobile and Google Cloud are working together to combine 5G and edge compute, all in the hopes of driving customers to embrace next-generation 5G applications and use cases like AR/VR.

As part of the effort, T-Mobile will connect its 5G ANS suite of public, private and hybrid 5G networks with Google Distributed Cloud Edge (GDC Edge) to help customers deploy next-generation 5G applications and use cases in such areas as AR/VR.

"This partnership brings together the powerful combination of 5G and edge computing to unlock the expansion of technologies such as AR and VR from limited applications to large-scale adoption," said T-Mobile SVP Mishka Dehghan in a statement. "From providing a shopping experience in a virtual reality environment to improving safety through connected sensors or computer vision technologies, T-Mobile's 5G ANS combined with Google Cloud's innovative edge compute technology can bring the connected world to businesses across the country."

The partnership comes at a time when the global edge compute market size is expected to grow by 37.9% to $155.9 billion in 2030 and more companies are focusing on edge computing, which offers lower latency for such services as streaming, online gaming, AR and VR, the two companies reported.

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