Four international infrastructure items to catch up with from the middle of this week:
Orange Business has won a renewed contract in the beer vertical. Anheuser-Bush InBev will build its evolving digital infrastructure with help from Orange Business’s connectivity services. The global brewing company has 70 locations worldwide with an headquarters in Belgium, and is upgrading its voice network to SIP amongst other things.
According to DE-CIX, the Tellus project has reached a key milestone. The consortium has completed the definition of the technical architecture necessary to handle the futuristic interconnection use cases they have in mind. Tellus is a 3-year project funded in part by the German government to deploy a Gaia-X compliant network infrastructure by the end of 2024.
Ericsson and Saab have teamed up with Purdue University Airport to build something new. The three say that the unique 5G network will serve as a “lab to life” proving ground for 5G in airport operations and security. The airport is on the southwest of Purdue’s West Lafayette campus. Saab will install its Aerobahn operations platform, and Ericsson will provide the necessary 5G private network technology.
Proximity Data Centres has a new tenant in Bristol. The database marketing software solutions provider Blue Tahiti is relocating its IT operations from a location in Surrey to Proximity’s Edge 9 facility. Blue Tahiti is planning an expansion of its product portfolio and apparently needed a bit of elbow room.
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