“We are deeply committed to driving broad proliferation of technology advancements which is why our new strategic alliance with Google, offers promise towards the goal of technology innovation fueled by the scale and performance of multi-cloud deployments, the reach of the Internet of Things, and the opportunities of new workloads like machine learning,” Intel’s Vice President of Data Center Group, Raejeanne Skillern, wrote in a blog.According to 451 Research, although emerging companies and new applications are being developed in the cloud, only 41 percent of all enterprise workloads are running in a public or private cloud. By mid-2018, that number will be up to 60 percent.
Intel to bring together its cloud and the latter’s hardware expertises in one platform. While Google and Intel have been working closely for many years to engineer and validate processor technology within the data center, the new alliance will allow Google to explore technology solutions for their enterprise customers and help them move from legacy infrastructure to an open, secure and future-proof cloud.
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