Deutsche Telekom and OVHcloud team up for Gaia-X – as Macron says Europe must resume cloud battle – Cloud Computing News

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French cloud and hosting provider OVHcloud and T-Systems, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom, have announced a cooperation to create a ‘trusted public cloud offering’ for Germany, France, and other European markets.

The two companies will contribute to the Gaia-X initiative, a collaboration between the European Commission (EC), Germany, France, and various organisations within the continent.

The proposed offering will ‘address the specific needs of the public sector as well as essential infrastructure operators and companies of all sizes operating in strategic or sensitive areas of public interest’, the companies said, as well as address areas around data sovereignty and GDPR compliance.

Details of the specifics show Deutsche Telekom will look to utilise its strong operations and data centres, along with public sector expertise, while OVHcloud, as the pure cloud player, will leverage its PCI platform to better align with T-Systems customers and …

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