THERE'S INNOVATION

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Many companies across a variety of industries choose AWS as their Cloud platform to become more agile, scalable, and innovative.

With AWS, you benefit from the fastest pace of innovation, the broadest and deepest functionality, the most secure computing environment, and performance to build what you need for today and tomorrow. Leveraging our experience with more than a million active customers, AWS and our AWS Partner Network can help you build new and innovative products and services and get them into market more quickly so you can stay ahead of your changing business needs. But how are companies constantly changing and innovating their business? As you can see below, that is a question asked quite often.


Here are the answers to how some of our customers are using AWS to transform their business and industry.

(Click on select logos below to see customer case studies)

Here are answers to how some of our customers are using AWS to transform their business and industry.

(Click on select logos below to see customer case studies)

Fender went all in on AWS to better engage customers and gain supply-chain efficiencies. Fender runs its Fender Play, Fender Tune, and Fender Tone apps on AWS, which help customers learn to play guitar, bass or ukulele, tune their instruments, and control digital amplifiers. The company also uses IoT to monitor factory conditions and Amazon Sagemaker to choose the best wood for its guitars.

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Fender went all in on AWS to better engage customers and gain supply-chain efficiencies. Fender runs its Fender Play, Fender Tune, and Fender Tone apps on AWS, which help customers learn to play guitar, bass or ukulele, tune their instruments, and control digital amplifiers. The company also uses IoT to monitor factory conditions and Amazon Sagemaker to choose the best wood for its guitars.

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Here’s a few products powering Fender:

Netflix is the leader in online streaming video with more than 86 million members. Users can stream Netflix shows and movies from anywhere in the world, including on the web, on tablets, or on mobile devices such as iPhones. AWS enables Netflix to quickly deploy thousands of servers and terabytes of storage within minutes as well as measure and understand its users’ streaming experiences through its analytics platform.

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Netflix is the leader in online streaming video with more than 86 million members. Users can stream Netflix shows and movies from anywhere in the world, including on the web, on tablets, or on mobile devices such as iPhones. AWS enables Netflix to quickly deploy thousands of servers and terabytes of storage within minutes as well as measure and understand its users’ streaming experiences through its analytics platform.

Here’s a few products powering Netflix:

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adidas is partnering with manufacturing company Carbon to create sneakers using a 3D-Printed midsole based off of years of biomechanical data. adidas uses AWS services to respond to the complex demands that scalable computational platforms like this require and enable future digitization initiatives such creating large scale simulations of midsoles to optimize to athlete needs.

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adidas is partnering with manufacturing company Carbon to create sneakers using a 3D-Printed midsole based off of years of biomechanical data. adidas uses AWS services to respond to the complex demands that scalable computational platforms like this require and enable future digitization initiatives such creating large scale simulations of midsoles to optimize to athlete needs.

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Here’s a few products powering Adidas:

Peloton is a global interactive fitness platform that brings the energy and benefits of studio-style workouts to the convenience and comfort of home. Collectively, Peloton’s Members have ridden hundreds of millions of virtual miles over the course of the company’s history. Peloton uses AWS to power the leaderboard in its live-streamed and on-demand fitness classes, and it requires high elasticity, low latency, and real-time processing to deliver customizable rider data for the community of 1.4+ million Members riding together from their homes.

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Peloton is a global interactive fitness platform that brings the energy and benefits of studio-style workouts to the convenience and comfort of home. Collectively, Peloton’s Members have ridden hundreds of millions of virtual miles over the course of the company’s history. Peloton uses AWS to power the leaderboard in its live-streamed and on-demand fitness classes, and it requires high elasticity, low latency, and real-time processing to deliver customizable rider data for the community of 1.4+ million Members riding together from their homes.

Here’s a few products powering Peloton:

Using AWS, the National Football League (NFL) is enhancing fan experiences by using real-time statistics delivered via its Next Gen Stats (NGS) platform. Next Gen Stats is the NFL’s player tracking initiative, which gathers data from sensors located in stadiums and worn on players. The NFL uses AWS’s broad range of cloud-based machine-learning capabilities to take its advanced stats to the next level and deliver deeper insights to fans.

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Using AWS, the National Football League (NFL) is enhancing fan experiences by using real-time statistics delivered via its Next Gen Stats (NGS) platform. Next Gen Stats is the NFL’s player tracking initiative, which gathers data from sensors located in stadiums and worn on players. The NFL uses AWS’s broad range of cloud-based machine-learning capabilities to take its advanced stats to the next level and deliver deeper insights to fans.

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Here’s a few products powering the NFL:

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