Microsoft has invested $1 billion in Elon Musk-founded artificial intelligence company OpenAI in an effort build supercomputer AI technologies for its Azure cloud services. The two companies will join forces to build large-scale AI systems for Azure.
IBM revealed the new version of its Enterprise Blockchain platform intended to work with even more cloud services, thus increasing its reach and scope. It also added support for app management and deployment platform Kubernetes.
Shipping blockchain TradeLens, developed by IBM and Maersk, recruited two major marine cargo carriers to the platform: Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), the second largest after Maersk; and CMA-CGM, the fourth largest per cargo carrying capacity.
In an effort to expand its services to its users using cryptocurrencies, AT&T will now allow paying bills in crypto with BitPay acting as its payment processor.
Microsoft and Sony merge to fight competition from Amazon and Google in the provision of cloud gaming services that are expected to take the gaming world by storm in the near future.
GE Aviation in collaboration with Microsoft offers a supply chain track and trace blockchain to strengthen the aviation industry.
JPMorgan is now the first distributed ledger platform available through the Azure Blockchain Service, a series of tools designed to seamlessly integrate with Microsoft’s cloud platform.
Microsoft reported strong third-quarter results as its commercial cloud revenue hit a $38.4 billion run rate joining an exclusive club whose only membership requirement is a market capitalization value of $1 trillion or more.
The Louis Vuitton luxury brand conglomerate looks to introduce blockchain mass adoption to the fashion industry by launching their AURA Blockchain that will be open for use by even their competitors.
The new ICO solution has been jointly developed by Microsoft Azure and Stratis – an ICO platform that offers KYC solutions, custom branding and support for different currencies.