News of Note—Deutsche Telekom's cloud shopping spree; Google's prepackaged AI

News of note

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> In a bid to strengthen its T-Systems subsidiary, Deutsche Telekom is on the hunt for more cloud companies in Germany.  Telecompaper article

> Google has launched several prepackaged artificial intelligence services for enterprise, including one for call centers and another for hiring. SDxCentral article


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> Software-defined networking is getting its own programming language, which is called P4. Enterprise Networking Planet article


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