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Nokia Ditches Data Centers for Google Cloud in Five-Year Deal

Nokia Oyj has signed a five-year deal to move its IT infrastructure onto Alphabet Inc.’s Google Cloud, marking another major corporate win for the U.S. tech firm.

Nokia will move away from the less efficient data centers and servers it owns and rents across roughly a dozen countries, accumulated over various acquisitions, said Ravi Parmasad, the company’s vice president of global IT infrastructure, in an interview with Bloomberg. The companies declined to disclose the financial terms of the deal.