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Google and Intel team up on 5G and edge network solutions Google Cloud has announced that it is working with Intel to establish reference architectures and integrated solutions for communications providers to help them deploy 5G and edge network solutions. To achieve the cloud native 5G goals, the partnership encompasses a full suite of telecommunications, along with application providers, carriers and communications service providers, hardware vendors and global telecommunications networks, with the goal of  the cost and time to market required by the telecommunications industry. Intel is already the most powerful participant in the data center hardware market, but is keen to repeat that success with edge infrastructure. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/34fv5aps  Deutsche Telekom tests solar panels to power mobile sites  Deutsche Telekom (DT) has announced that in the second half of 2020, the company was testing the use of solar panels to power its mobile infrastructure. In a new…

Vodia Networks, maker of cutting-edge software-based telephone systems, is pleased to announce it will provide comprehensive support to all former Panasonic partners in response to the electronics giant’s recent decision to discontinue its Panasonic PBX and SIP telephone systems. Panasonic users will need to source alternative communications solutions once these items are no longer supported, before the year 2023, and Vodia is ready to provide comprehensive, best-in-class cloud-based and on-premise multi-tenant systems to Panasonic customers. “Not only can we match the functionality of existing systems, we have also added important features that will improve the productivity of the users,” said Dr. Christian Stredicke, Founder and CEO of Vodia. “The ability to work from home, and from other locations with Internet connectivity, will play a major role in upgrading existing customers. We have a cloud solution ready for our partners, but for those who prefer to continue running their systems on their own, we also offer on-premise…