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In a strategic move to accelerate artificial intelligence (AI) adoption across its vast network, Orange has teamed up with Google Cloud to deploy AI solutions closer to its operations and customers. The collaboration, announced at Google’s Cloud Next ’24 event in Las Vegas, aims to leverage Google Distributed Cloud (GDC), a fully managed hardware and software solution.

In an unexpected turn of events, Google’s Pixel smartphones are carving out a significant niche for themselves in Japan, a market traditionally dominated by local brands and, more recently, by Apple. Despite a general downturn in the Japanese mobile phone sector, Google has emerged as a notable exception, with its Pixel range securing a market share surpassing 10% by the end of the fourth quarter of 2023. This growth positions Google as the third-largest player in the market, right behind Sharp but ahead of several traditional and long-standing competitors.

In a strategic move to enhance the appeal of its smartphones, South Korean tech giant Samsung has joined forces with Google and Qualcomm, marking a significant collaboration in the tech industry. The focus of Samsung’s latest Galaxy S24 series launch lies in the integration of generative AI, a result of the newfound partnership with Google Cloud.

MessageWhiz, a prominent player in the messaging services arena, has officially unveiled the availability of its Communication Platform as a Service (CPaaS) on the Google Cloud Marketplace. This strategic move positions the company at the forefront of modern customer communications, laying the foundation for businesses to cultivate personalized connections with their stakeholders.

Nokia’s 25G PON solutions are boosting Google Fiber’s bold venture into establishing a 20-Gbps service, though the full potential of such capacity remains untapped. However, Google Fiber, focusing on the future, views this as a crucial step towards achieving 100-Gbps services and beyond. Yet, does the necessity of such impressive speeds linger in doubt, or are these advancements setting a thrilling precedent in the field of telecommunications?

Google has elevated digital assistance with its AI-powered Google Assistant with Bard which assures enhanced user understanding and broad service range, an enticing departure from its voice-activated predecessor. Public access is earmarked soon, with notable privacy control assurance. Coupled with AI-centric Pixel additions, this advanced assistant optimistically envisages a future with intuitive personal AI, pushing generative AI’s benefits beyond perfecting selfies.