As we enter the fourth quarter of 2022, here is a quick roundup of some of the news from the weekend and late last week to wrap things up for Q3:
Cyxtera will soon have some quantum computing-as-a-service on tap at its Reading campus west of London. Oxford Quantum Circuits will be providing access to its platform from within Cyxtera’s LHR3. Quantum computing-based technologies remain at a very early stage, but today’s cloud-based infrastructure makes it possible for many to run it through its paces and see what it might be able to do for them. It comes with its own unique requirements of the data center hosting it of course, including the need to support cryogenic systems.
Web Werks is teaming up with FatPipe Networks to bring SD-WAN solutions to its enterprise customers. Web Werks has deployed FatPipe’s solutions across its footprint, enabling rapid adoption from within the company’s technology ecosystem. Web Werks is partially owned by Iron Mountain, and operates facilities across India with connection to the rest of Iron Mountain’s footprint around the world.
Orange Business will be helping Veolia Water Technologies with an upgrade to its digital infrastructure. Veolia operates water treatment facilities for industries and municipalities worldwide, and offers its customers a digital platform called Hubgrade that enables those customers to monitor and optimize that infrastructure. Orange Business will support Veolia’s efforts there with its various IoT, AI, data analytcs, security, and cloud technology platforms.
ExteNet has won a high profile contract in the hospitality vertical. The casino giant MGM Resorts International has selected ExteNet to design, build, and operate its in-building connectivity solutions across its properties nationwide, some 25 locations totalling 54 million square feet and serving 70M visitors annually. That includes the company’s flagship location in Las Vegas, which has to be a particularly complicated entineering problem in terms of keeping large numbers of people connected across every corner of a large property.
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