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The excellent 20-year collaboration between FC Bayern and Deutsche Telekom (DT) has been extended to 2027. The two partners will keep delighting German record champions’ supporters with cutting-edge services and deals.   Although no specifics were provided, the German duo said that the agreement would increase the appeal of the telecom operator’s brand and foster technical advancement in the game.   With this relationship, DT hopes to keep fans interested in its products and services while also gaining access to unique material that it would presumably show on its FC Bayern.tv channel on MagentaTV subscription platforms. The telecoms corporation has been the primary sponsor of the Allianz Arena since 2002, appearing on jerseys and advertising boards among other things. The concurrent development of both brands into major global players has been accompanied by a number of collaborative projects and innovations.   Oliver Kahn, FC Bayern CEO, commented: “We’re very happy…

Theta Lake, a provider of contemporary communication compliance and security solutions, and Movius, a provider of work-from-anywhere solutions for mobile voice, text and WhatsApp, have formed a partnership to help heavily regulated industry sectors scale secure and compliant mobile communications effectively and increase productivity levels.   The combined solution of Movius and Theta Lake offers sophisticated mobile voice and messaging features, as well as integrated compliance capture, archiving and monitoring, all in a single, non-disruptive system that includes voice and electronic communications.   Movius’ MultiLine technology provides a second, dedicated business line to any cellular device, allowing customers to securely divide their professional and personal communications while using a single device. The Movius AI-powered program also connects with major messaging applications such as WhatsApp, WeChat and Microsoft Teams, as well as prominent CRM platforms such as Salesforce.   Theta Lake provides a cloud-first solution to facilitate archiving, securit, and compliance…

Snom and Dstny for Service Providers, a European provider of cloud-based Business Communication solutions, have announced a strategic partnership which will allow both companies to leverage their shared assets and expertise. This includes a strong European market presence, as well as their shared goal of meeting the demand for modern telecommunications with best-in-class solutions. The partnership with Dstny is an exciting opportunity for Snom to expand its presence in the vibrant and fast-changing European marketplace. Simultaneously, Dstny and its customers have the opportunity to benefit from Snom’s 25 years of experience, its versatile, high-quality products, and its local expertise. Dstny is the largest European-based cloud communications solutions provider offering a complete business communication solution as-a-service and Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC) platforms. Named by Frost & Sullivan as one of Europe’s most innovative UCaaS leaders, the organisation works with over 20 service providers and carriers like Telia, Tele2, T-Mobile and Dstny Group in the EMEA region, serving over…

VOXOX, a 5G-enabled AI cloud communications company, together with Telinta, a global leader in cloud-based white label VoIP switching and billing, today announced a comprehensive portfolio of solutions and a joint promotion for Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs).   Using Telinta’s hosted TeliCoreTM softswitch platform, ITSPs and their resellers can easily use VOXOX’s high-quality DIDs in over 100 countries, U.S. Toll-Free Numbers, SMS, and A-Z VoIP Termination to offer a complete portfolio of VoIP services.  This includes popular services such as Hosted PBX, SIP Trunking, Mobile VoIP calling via a brandable smartphone app, Business and Residential VoIP, Conferencing, and WebRTC, and other services which combine the power of VOXOX’s network, with Telinta’s white label carrier-grade switching and billing.   “VOXOX’s strategic focus on analyzing the data behind the billions of calls and texts we process monthly helps us ensure that our communication solutions are solving the biggest needs for our…

Telefonica, a Spanish international telecommunications company, has sold its four Data Centers (DCs) to a leading independent investment management company Asterion Industrial Partners in exchange for a 20 percent stake in the Nabiax hosting business. With this deal, Telefonica is forming a strategic partnership with the company’s current shareholder, Asterion and its co-investors, who retain the remaining 80% of the share capital. Two of the properties sold are located  in Chile and two are in Spain.   The contract includes an agreement for housing services in the four DCs on identical terms and conditions as set out in the previous transaction. The deal does not include the sale of Telefónica’s owned servers, as well as the management and access to their customers hosted on those servers. As a result, Telefónica will continue providing and managing the services it has offered to its customers from these data centers and will support…

Vodafone and Google Cloud have announced a six-year strategic partnership to promote the use of reliable and secure data analytics and insights in support of new digital products and services that will be introduced to Vodafone’s customers around the world.   Under the terms of the expanded agreement, the companies will work together to create a new and robust integrated data platform with additional capabilities to process and transfer huge amounts of data worldwide from numerous systems to the cloud. As part of the six-year contract, Vodafone will also transfer data from its own servers to Google Cloud.   The platform “Nucleus” will feature a new system – “Dynamo”. This platform will manage data across Vodafone to offer its customers new, customized products and services in a variety of markets. The platform will be able to process about 50 terabytes of data per day in the cloud, which equates to…

Google Cloud has announced a new 10-year strategic partnership with the Canadian telecommunications company Telus. The two companies plan to work together on developing new services and products for several key industries, including healthcare, agriculture, security and connected homes.   Through this partnership, Telus will accelerate the adoption of its public cloud on the Google Cloud enterprise platform to ensure greater interoperability across its IT backbone and network infrastructure. Google Cloud will also become one of Telus’ partners in providing 5G services and Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC), which uses the Google Cloud-powered application platform Anthos.   Telus and Google Cloud will prioritize collaboration to improve their Canadian customers’ social, economic, environmental and health performance, and at the same time, work to reduce their carbon footprint. Telus will also use Google Cloud Contact Center AI to improve customer interaction and reduce costs.   One of the main areas of focus of…

Pac-12 has announced a new partnership with the leading cloud communications company Nextiva. Nextiva, also recently named the Best Overall Business Phone Service by the U.S. News & World Report, has become the Conference’s Official Communications Partner at a time when cloud communications are taking the business world by storm. Nextiva joins the conference at a critical time for remote communications as businesses, educational institutions, governments and nonprofits across the United States adapt to a new “work from anywhere” model. Nextiva has decided to partner with the Pac-12 because of its strong traditions, and excellence and innovation across academia and athletics. Pac-12 graduates have attracted the world’s most innovative companies, including Google, Nike, Costco, Netflix (Nextiva’s customer) and many more. Pac-12’s sporting achievements earned them the title of “Conference of Champions.” Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott commented: “There is no time more important than now for the Pac-12…

Cellnex Telecom, a Spanish wireless telecommunications infrastructure and services company, and Everynet, a leading LPWA pioneer and network operator, have signed an agreement to deploy IoT networks in Italy, the UK and Ireland based on LoRaWAN technology. The IoT networks will utilize the Cellnex infrastructure in these three countries, and will be dependent on the Everynet network solution. Cellnex not only provides towers, but also has its own IoT management platform. For data collection, Cellnex will provide an integrated IoT platform for real-time management and diagnostics, and the platform also includes the ability to immediately act predictively or preventively, manually or automatically. In addition, Everynet will be responsible for providing and managing the LoRaWAN network infrastructure. Both companies have stated the network will be available for a wide range of IoT devices and use-cases, including industry 4.0 services for asset tracking or monitoring, as well as smart cities…

Zoom Video Communications, a provider of video telephony and online chat services, and Lumen, a global enterprise technology platform, have announced that the companies will work together to allow Lumen to offer Zoom as part of its Unified Communications and Collaboration Suite. Lumen will deliver improved services based on Zoom’s video-first UC platform to its global customer base. The partnership will provide greater delivery, customer success and managed services to companies using Zoom, in order to provide a unique business experience when using the services. Lumen will also combine the security of its embedded network with Zoom’s built-in security features to actively protect customers that are using bundled services. This collaboration will give Zoom access to Lumen’s customer base, while Lumen will be able to update its UCC offering with a leading video conferencing platform. In addition, this partnership should help Lumen to better compete with Verizon, which…