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IBM and AT&T Open Hybrid Cloud Services for Enterprise Clients

IBM has announced a collaboration with AT&T to help enterprises manage their applications hosted in hybrid cloud environments by leveraging IBM Cloud Satellite over AT&T networks. This will help businesses connect with the open hybrid cloud computing using AT&T Multi-Access Edge Computing.

IBM and AT&T will together help businesses across all industries to develop rapidly. Additionally, providing Open Hybrid Cloud Services will help enterprises deploy new services if they have to run regional or on-prem edge computing with privacy and security. This will happen by leveraging the power of Red Hat OpenShift through IBM Cloud Satellite. Although IBM Cloud Satellite is in beta, it has the potential to help businesses tap into the cloud.

"The advancements in 5G and edge are impacting every industry, bringing the promise of enhanced experiences for consumers and new revenue opportunities for businesses," said Howard Boville, senior vice president, IBM Hybrid Cloud. "Together with AT&T, we will be helping clients securely leverage 5G and edge offerings in any environment with IBM's open and secure hybrid cloud platform. This marks a significant step forward increasing the possibilities of 5G and edge in the enterprise."

To put things in context, this offering by IBM and AT&T is important as the 5G market is projected to reach $667 billion by 2026, which will propel the usage of cloud computing even further.


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