Amazon, Microsoft and Google are competing for a “billion” dollar cloud deal with Boeing

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Recent reports revealed that Amazon, Microsoft, and Gul are all participating in the bidding process to provide cloud services to Boeing for the aircraft industry, and the report said, citing people familiar with the matter, that the value of the multi-year deal is expected to reach at least $ 1 billion over several years. Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Boeing did not immediately respond to Reuters requests for comment.

On the other hand, the Italian Minister of Innovation said last week that Italy aims to create a storage system for sensitive country data using cloud technology developed by major offshore companies, similar to France, despite calls by some politicians in the European Union for local solutions.

Vittorio Colao, the former president of a telecommunications company, said during an online event that Rome wants to ensure safety and security while accessing the best technologies, without mentioning any company, while the American technology giants Google, Microsoft and Amazon dominate the data storage industry, sparking Concerns in Europe about the risks of US surveillance following the adoption of the US CLOUD Act of 2018.



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