At the annual AWS re:invent conference, Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced AWS Ground Station – a game-changing new service that makes it easy and cost-effective for customers to download and use data from satellites. Ground station antennas located around the world have close proximity to AWS Global Infrastructure, making access to data fast and in real-time.
At its annual re:Invent learning conference, Amazon Web Services announced two key features for its AWS Marketplace – the digital software catalogue where AWS customers can find third-party software solutions.
Over the past few years, we’ve been drowned with talk of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), big data and cloud computing. What’s clear is they’re not mere buzzwords that sound cool, but technologies that will be the centre of every aspect of our lives. Businesses are betting big on AI – whether they’re a Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Lenovo or a even Huawei. Why is this so? I had a chat recently with Santanu Dutt, head of solutions architecture for Malaysia, Philippines and partners, Amazon Web Services (AWS), who shared some insight on the latest trends in cloud computing and AI and what AWS is doing in this space.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced today that it has opened an office in the capital, to further support its rapidly growing customer base across Malaysia. The global cloud computing service leader will operate as AWS Malaysia here and will support businesses of all sizes including startups, SMBs, large enterprises and public sector customers.