Today Google and Facebook announced that they are partnering to create the first platform for network marketing, a new platform that will help users connect with businesses and brands.
The platform, called AMBIT, will be available to developers in three flavors: Google Cloud Platform (GCP), AWS, and Openstack, according to the announcement.
AMBIT will enable developers to build their own network marketing solutions on top of Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft Azure, and will allow users to add, manage, and monetize content on the network.
This will be Google’s first time launching a platform that has broad scale capabilities.
In 2017, Google launched the Google AdWords platform, which offered publishers a set of tools for building an ad network with a set price and reach.
AMbit will offer similar capabilities to the AdWords and AdWords AdSense platforms.
Google also announced that it has entered into a partnership with a company called Openstack to offer AMBIT as a standalone product for developers.
Openstack will be able to deliver the same features that Google already offers, but with the ability to build out an advertising network on top.
This means that AMBIT can be used to build networks that are designed to help businesses grow their businesses.
The platform also allows developers to target the audience of their business and tailor advertising based on a user’s location, interests, and behaviors, according Google.
AMBits platform will be open source and open to all, so anyone can create their own networks on top, Google said.
AMbits advertising network will be developed using the open-source Python programming language, Google announced.
The announcement also includes a partnership between the Google, Amazon, and Facebook communities.
The companies are planning to launch an open source version of AMBIT in 2018, Google told Business Insider.
This will allow the developers to add the same capabilities to AMBIT that are currently built into their platforms.