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8 Things To Know About AT&T's Partnerships With IBM, Microsoft

AT&T inks two new deals with IBM and Microsoft around cloud, 5G and IoT. Here are the facts you need to know about these new partnerships.

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The AT&T-IBM Team

AT&T and Big Blue are no strangers to working with one another. The two companies have been expanding their partnership for the past several years in cloud, networking and IoT.

AT&T transitioned its managed application and managed hosting services unit to IBM Cloud in 2015, which gave IBM the ability to deliver AT&T's managed applications and managed hosting services, while AT&T brought its networking services including security, cloud networking and mobility. The two companies joined forces again in 2016 when IBM partnered with AT&T to support customers’ IoT environments by combining AT&T’s IoT network and the IBM Watson Data Platform.

 

 
 
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