Samsung and IBM collaborate for AI, 5G, Edge and Hybrid Cloud solutions

Samsung and IBM

Samsung and IBM announced a partnership for 5G, edge, and hybrid cloud solutions to realize Industry 4.0 vision.

Enterprise will able to avail solutions for mobile edge computing and end-to-end private 5G networks. These solutions will allow enterprises to leverage 5G-enabled Samsung Galaxy devices. For manufactures, the partnership will also look into the use case for private 5G or 4G networks and 5G mobile devices with Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions.

Executive Opinion

EVP and Head of Global Mobile B2B Team, Mobile Communications Business at Samsung Electronics, KC Choi, said, "The move to standalone 5G has accelerated the adoption of IIoT solutions and will require businesses to adopt an edge computing strategy that allows them to manage their IT environments from anywhere. We are excited to work with IBM to discover how our unique devices, mobile IoT and network solutions can provide frontline workers with access to better data and more actionable insights to take their business to the next level."

Global GM and Managing Director, Communications Sector, IBM, Steve Canepa, said, "The transition of communication networks from proprietary architecture to intelligent, software-defined hybrid cloud platforms enables the creation of enormous new value in the 5G and edge era. 5G devices and network solutions from Samsung, along with IBM and Red Hat’s open, hybrid cloud capabilities, can help organizations across all industries accelerate their transformation and solve real business problems, while unlocking the true power of 5G and edge."

Samsung and IBM partnership

The collaboration intends to leverage Samsung's Galaxy 5G mobile devices, advanced end-to-end enterprise network solutions along with IBM’s network management, hybrid cloud, and edge computing offerings and network expertise. These solutions will be also empowered with artificial intelligence and Red Hat’s open architecture.

Both companies will enable enterprises IoT, AI, cloud, edge computing, and augmented reality (AR) adoption, crucial for Industry 4.0, notes the announcement.
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