Apple designs its own chips. As does Google. At re:Invent on Monday, Amazon announced it is creating its own chips to power its cloud computing servers. Dubbed Graviton, the ARM-based chips can deliver savings of up to 45 percent compared to Amazon offers powered by conventional off-the-shell chips by Intel and AMD.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) today introduced DeepRacer, a fully autonomous 1/18th scale race car that is a fun and fast way to get started with reinforcement learning. The race car costs USD399 but can be pre-ordered for USD249. The leading cloud computing company also announced AWS DeepRacer League, the world’s first global autonomous racing league.
Fresh from powering the InSight landing on Mars on 26 November 2018, Lockheed Martin and Amazon Web Services announced a strategic collaboration to integrate the just-launched AWS Ground Station service with Lockheed Martin’s new Verge antenna network. The win-win partnership answers customer needs for low-latency, fast, resilient satellite uplinks and downlinks.
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.