IoT Deals & Partnerships Roundup: Nokia, SoftBank, Microsoft, and More

IoT Deals & Partnerships Roundup: Nokia, SoftBank, Microsoft, and more
one layer, Nokia and Cellcom provide private 5G networks in Israeli hospitals
one layer has deployed its security platform for private 5G mobile networks in two hospitals in Israel, Galilee Medical Center and Baruch Padeh Medical Center, Poriya. The networks will use Nokia equipment installed by Cellcom with the help of the Israel Innovation Authority. The project is one of the first to use Edge Cloud Slicing, a platform that relies on a public 5G environment for signaling while keeping data flowing locally to the business. The project comes at a time of growing demand for networked hospitals; ensuring transparency without compromising security standards.
Thrive has acquired DSM, a Florida-based provider of managed IT services for state, local and educational (SLED) government agencies. The acquisition will expand Thrive’s presence in Florida while enabling DSM’s existing government and enterprise clients to benefit from Thrive’s next-generation managed cybersecurity, global cloud influence and Microsoft collaboration services while strengthening Thrive’s offering to SLED agencies in the US. DSM is Thrive’s third acquisition in Florida in the past six months.