Deutsche Telekom becomes Microsoft tenant in bid for IT savings | Light Reading

Telecom operators love a moan about the dominance of Ericsson, Huawei and Nokia in the market for network equipment. They seem less bothered by the muscle that a few giant US tech firms are flexing elsewhere. Perpetually griping about “vendor lock-in,” some big service providers are entrusting their IT systems to Amazon, Google and Microsoft. If the trend persists, telco IT systems will be managed by US public cloud providers.

Source: Deutsche Telekom becomes Microsoft tenant in bid for IT savings | Light Reading