News of Note—Telenor opens doors on AI lab, FatPipe teams up with Convergia on SD-WAN and more

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Telenor has opened the doors on another artificial intelligence lab by working in conjunction with its Thailand operator dtac. (Pixabay)

>  After opening an AI lab in its home country of Norway, Telenor has opened the doors on another artificial intelligence lab by working in conjunction with its Thailand operator dtac. Press release

> Convergia, a Pan-American telecom company, has teamed up with SD-WAN vendor FatPipe Networks to jointly target the SD-WAN market in North America and Latin America. Press release

> Alibaba Cloud is looking to go global with a host of new products and services that it plans on offering outside of its home base in China. SDxCentral article

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