Bell Canada, Google Cloud Partner to Deliver Next-Gen Network Experiences
Bell Canada and Google Cloud have today announced a new, multi-year partnership that will combine Bell’s 5G network leadership with Google’s expertise in multicloud, data analytics, and artificial intelligence, to deliver next-generation experiences for Bell customers across Canada.
“We’re excited to partner with Google Cloud as part of our ongoing digital transformation and take Bell’s 5G network leadership to the next level,” said Mirko Bibic, CEO Bell Canada.
“The acceleration of 5G has created new opportunities for industry leaders like Bell to redefine their business and create richer customer experiences,” said Thomas Kurian, CEO, Google Cloud.
Google Cloud will enable Bell to drive operational efficiencies, increase network automation, and deliver richer customer experiences through the following initiatives:
- Shifting critical workloads to the cloud: By moving and modernizing IT infrastructure, network functions, and critical applications from on-premise to Google Cloud, Bell will be able to drive greater operational efficiencies and enable better application performance.
- Unlocking multicloud, next-generation network technology: With the combined power of Bell’s 5G network and Anthos, Google Cloud’s multicloud solution, Bell will deliver a consistent customer experience with greater automation and enhanced flexibility that scales with customer demand.
- Leveraging the power of AI, data and analytics: Bell will leverage Google Cloud’s expertise in AI and big data to gain unique insights through real-time network data analytics.
- Joining forces on a sustainable future: Google Cloud will contribute to Bell’s target of achieving carbon neutral operations by 2025, and reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 in line with the Paris Climate Agreement.
Bell and Google Cloud will collaborate throughout the next decade on innovations, including cloud solutions for enterprise customers and enhanced customer service through automation and AI.