In recent news, tech giant Google continues its Google Cloud Europe expansion target as it launches in a new region, Poland. It also unveiled its strategic partnerships. The new region will be hosted in Warsaw as part of Google’s commitment to expansion on Central and Eastern Europe. Customers will have the usual options to products such as Compute Engine to App Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, Cloud Bigtable, Cloud Spanner and BigQuery. This advancement marks a first by the Big Three in Poland. Meanwhile, Microsoft aims to target Norway as it claims to have the widest reach in the world. Microsoft also had unveiled plans for availability of its Azure to German and Swiss markets next month. Also, Amazon wishes to open its Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Italy.
In other news, US-based firm, Innowatts is set to expand its suite of Artificial intelligence infused analytics and digital energy applications to European markets. It plans to firstly aim for the United Kingdom, Spain and Scandinavia and some other smart-meter enabled regions. It is already testing its technology across four million smart meters. Using its software-as-a-service-solution (SaaS), Innowatts’ cloud-based eUtility platform, the company enables energy providers to disaggregate customer-level energy patterns. It uses this intelligence to design bundled offer plans, pricing and product solutions suitable for individuals. The company also provides smart energy forecasts such as load forecasts and other prediction methods that enable proactive customer engagement with smart alerts and point solution offerings. The main of expanding in Europe is increase its Return on Investment on smart meter deployments across the region.
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