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AT&T and IBM have been co-innovating and helping enterprise clients transform for more than 20 years. Most recently, the two companies announced plans to show the digital transformation potential of 5G wireless networking and edge computing. 

By William Stovall, Vice President, Mobility & IoT, AT&T and Bill Lambertson, IBM Distinguished Industry Leader, Vice President Telecommunications Industry

Together, AT&T and IBM have created simulated environments for enterprise clients to physically experience the power of AT&T’s connectivity with hybrid cloud and AI technology from IBM. Businesses across all industries—including the public sector, manufacturing, and financial services — can tap into this collaboration to quickly and securely innovate and tackle challenges gripping several industries today – from supply chain disruptions to cyber threats and ransomware to demand for frictionless services in the world of 5G. 

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Developers will be able to develop and test using IBM Z as-a-service via IBM's public cloud

New Modernization Stack of integrated software designed to accelerate application modernization and IT automation on IBM Z

By IBM Corporation

IBM today announced key developments to help clients accelerate transformation with a series of new capabilities designed to modernize applications across hybrid cloud environments. These include plans to deliver IBM Z as-a-service on IBM Cloud for development and test, as well as additional tools for developing hybrid applications.

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Kyndryl to leverage Google Cloud’s data, analytics, and AI solutions to enable strategic digital transformation for enterprise customers

Kyndryl to rapidly scale Google Cloud certifications and drive industry solutions

Kyndryl and Google Cloud today announced a global, strategic partnership focused on accelerating customers’ digital transformations and helping them become more advanced, data-driven, and sustainable businesses.

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- Industry's definitive portfolio for modernization of IBM Z-based enterprise applications and data

- Inaugural Center partners include Capgemini, Deloitte Consulting LLP, Episode Six, Fiorano Software, Fujitsu Limited, Software Business Unit, HEXANIKA, Illumio, Luxoft, a DXC Technology Company, MuleSoft, Pennant Technologies, Software AG, Suntec Business Solutions and Zafin.

By IBM Corporation

IBM today unveiled the IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Center, a digital front door to a vast array of tools, training, resources and ecosystem partners to help IBM Z clients accelerate the modernization of their applications, data and processes in an open hybrid cloud architecture.

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How Automakers Can Close the Gap to help Advance Sustainable Mobility

Mobility and transportation consume 20 percent of the world’s energy - most of which is powered by fossil fuels. With the growing trend of mass urbanization comes increased congestion especially as more cities emerge out of lockdown, which can rapidly accelerate the energy demand and emissions driven by transportation. Reducing carbon emissions is an imperative for us all, and thus: the future of mobility must be sustainable.

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Shield Advanced Solutions Ltd, leading providers of High Availability Software for IBM i today announced their new solution AAG – At A Glance – Nagios Monitoring for IBM i.

AAG is a premier solution to integrate IBM i into any Nagios monitoring configuration. This plugin has been developed by Shield Advanced Solutions Ltd and already includes more than 65 check commands, with additional content being developed constantly. AAG provides an exceptional number of data points and is a natural complement to both; your HA4i High Availability, and EM4i monitoring solutions. With the choice of a simplified or detailed view, this suite provides an efficient, simple to use overview of your infrastructure’s status.

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Collaboration Will Bring Together AWS and IBM Open Data for Industries for a Comprehensive OSDU Data Solution

Today at ADIPEC, and Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com, Inc. company (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced the two companies will combine the benefits of IBM Open Data for Industries for IBM Cloud Pak for Data and the AWS Cloud to serve energy customers. This comprehensive solution is built on Red Hat OpenShift and will run on the AWS Cloud, simplifying the ability for customers to run workloads in the AWS cloud and on-premises. The two companies also intend to collaborate on further co-development of future functionality to provide greater flexibility and choice on where to run OSDU applications.  

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According to the results of IBM's new global study on cloud transformation there has been a drastic shift in business needs as only three percent of respondents reported using a single private or public cloud in 2021, down from 29 percent in 2019 – establishing hybrid cloud as the dominant IT architecture.

The global study, conducted by IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) in cooperation with Oxford Economics, surveyed almost 7,200 C-suite executives across 28 industries and 47 countries. The findings indicate that the cloud market has entered the hybrid, multicloud era and concerns around vendor lock-in, security, compliance and interoperability remain paramount.

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