Italian banking group Intesa Sanpaolo has signed an agreement with TIM and Google to leverage cloud services from Google, using TIM’s Data Centers in Italy. The collaboration will culminate in the creation of two Google Cloud Regions, in Turin and Milan, using TIM Data Centers and enabling Intesa Sanpaolo to develop its own digital services. Innovative technology infrastructure will also be built in Turin to provide Google Cloud services, including a centre dedicated to AI, training and professional support for start-ups through initiatives to be defined jointly by Intesa Sanpaolo, TIM and Google Cloud. A second Cloud Region is planned for Milan to ensure business continuity.
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