CAPRE Digital Infrastructure Weekly Roundup for October 20: Top Stories in Hyperscale, Colocation, Edge, 5G & Networking

OVHcloud® Expands its Public Cloud Services in the United States: OVHcloud®, a leading global cloud infrastructure provider, today announced the expansion of its OVHcloud Public Cloud services in the US as it began offering the services from its West Coast data center in Hillsboro, Oregon. OVHcloud's Public Cloud delivers a full range of compute, storage, network and orchestration tools and is one of the largest Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions based on OpenStack. "The expansion of our Public Cloud offering with the availability of a second region (US-WEST-OR-1) in our Hillsboro data center will allow new and existing Public Cloud customers in the US to take full advantage of the flexibility of on-demand resources to scale up from small projects to larger-scale deployments," said Jeffrey Gregor, General Manager of OVHcloud US. "By default, with OVHcloud Public Cloud, our customers get guaranteed resources, private networking capabilities, and multiple ways to manage their environment from one fully integrated OVHcloud Control Panel." Nokia and Google Cloud sign strategic collaboration to transform Nokia's digital infrastructure: Nokia and Google Cloud today announced a five-year strategic collaboration that will see Nokia migrate its on-premise IT infrastructure onto Google Cloud. Nokia will migrate its data centers and servers around the world, as well as various software applications, onto Google Cloud infrastructure. The deal reflects Nokia's important operational shift to a cloud-first IT strategy and its aggressive efforts to strengthen and transform its digital operations globally in…