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In the Works – AWS Region in Canada

We continue to announce, build, and launch additional AWS regions as our customer base becomes larger, more diverse, and accustomed to running many different types of workloads in the cloud. Hello, Canada I am happy to announce that we will be opening an AWS region in Montreal, Québec, Canada in the coming year. This region […]

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In the Works – AWS Region in South Korea!

The region-based AWS model has proven to be a good match for the needs of our global customer base. We have always believed that you need to be able to exercise complete control over where your data is stored and where it is processed. Next Stop, Korea I am happy to announce that we will […]

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Welcome to our New Colleagues at Elemental

Earlier today we announced that we had reached an agreement to acquire Elemental Technologies of Portland, Oregon. Elemental has pioneered a number of software-based solutions for multiscreen content delivery and powers many of the world’s most innovative app-delivered video offerings and new services like 4K TV. Elemental customers use its software to process and deliver […]

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In the Works – AWS Region in India

We seem to have AWS customers in just about every corner of the world (190 countries at last count). We have offices in many countries, localized content on the AWS web site, and a broad array of certifications and accreditations to give those customers the assurances that they can run many different types of workloads […]

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New Amazon Wind Farm (Fowler Ridge)

In November of 2014 we made a long-term commitment to our goal of using 100% renewable energy to power the global AWS footprint. Today, the US West (Oregon), Europe (Frankfurt), and AWS GovCloud (US) AWS regions are Carbon-neutral. Now it is time to take another step toward our goal. We have signed a Power Purchase […]

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Visit the AWS Pop-up Loft in San Francisco

AWS gives you the power to launch IT infrastructure in minutes, use as much or as little as you need, and then shut it down when you are finished with it. Today we are doing something similar, but with actual physical, in-person resources. The AWS Pop-up Loft will open up in San Francisco on June […]

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