Ericsson and AWS Announces a Global Alliance for Cloud Services

The Ericsson is extending its cloud transformation services and infrastructure to help the customers to take the benefits of innovative end to end cloud technologies with the AWS alliance. Ericsson announces the plan of the company to make an alliance with the cloud giant AWS that will help the telecom service provider companies to speed up the cloud transformation. The Ericsson is working with AWS to aid Telco service providers grab the chances, drive the union of mobile infrastructure and cloud and provide application developers and service providers, new potential that increases the speed of innovation and enrich the networked society.

Vish Nandlall, CTO, Telstra says “The industry is shifting towards an architecture driven by cloud economics and flexibility. Adoption of hybrid clouds requires a secure transmission network linking on-premises to the cloud to provide a chain of custody for mission critical enterprise data. Telstra’s vision is to build a trusted network service for mission critical cloud data, and we are excited to explore the opportunity of bringing this vision to life with Ericsson and AWS.”

Ericsson will pull AWS services and capability to toil intimately with service providers to apply a cloud adoption structure to fit their exclusive industry objectives. The Ericsson groups will include the solutions architects, program directors and system engineers who are skilled on AWS and Ericsson technologies and convey together profound service provider industry and cloud domain proficiency. AWS is supporting Ericsson in this attempt with a wide variety of resources that will contain professional services and training.

Terry Wise, VP of Worldwide Partner Ecosystem, AWS, Inc. says: “Service providers are seeing explosive growth due to the rapid adoption of mobile applications and IoT, which is driving the need to think differently about infrastructure and ecosystems.

Moreover, Ericsson will use AWS services and capability to build up solutions that will enable the service providers to make new competencies and bring in smart new cloud-related offerings. It can include end to end protection and data traffic supervision from mobile networks and on premises infrastructure to the AWS Cloud. Trusted cloud and workload organization diagonally on premises infrastructure and the AWS Cloud. Gateway services for AWS storage services tenant at communications service providers that assist in maintaining neighborhood directive and compliance requirements.

Ericsson will set up cloud improvement centers with service providers and by now started work with Australian operator Telstra, who will host the first cloud innovation center in their Gurrowa Innovation Lab in Australia.