AWS for Industries

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In the News: Amazon Web Services’ Edge to Cloud Approach to Drive a New Era of Software-Defined Vehicles

This article originally appeared on Frost & Sullivan The pandemic has changed how mobility will be perceived over this decade and beyond. Industry stakeholders are course-correcting; channeling investments away from traditional hardware-focused approaches into a software-centric future, enabling new on-demand services and new revenue streams. This will lay the foundation for a new generation of […]

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Announcing general availability of AWS Wavelength in London

AWS Wavelength Zone is now available in the United Kingdom on the Vodafone 4G/5G network, offering the developer community an innovation platform to accelerate 5G applications. AWS has the largest global infrastructure footprint of any provider, and this allows us to serve most cloud application needs today. However, with 5G networks rolling out across the […]

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Three Strategies for Building Smarter Retail Stores

Consumer expectations are always changing, which means retailers are often playing catch-up to align their offerings with customers’ evolving behaviors. The pandemic illuminated the chasm between the retailers who have kept pace with market changes and those who have struggled. For a long time, we’ve seen ecommerce sites flex and stretch, while centralized systems and […]

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AWS and Vodafone Business Bring Edge Computing Closer to Organizations in Europe

During re:Invent 2019, AWS and Vodafone announced a collaboration to roll out distributed multi-access edge computing (MEC), embedding AWS Wavelength at the edge of Vodafone’s 5G networks to bring customers and key applications closer together. Now, AWS and Vodafone are working together to further accelerate 5G application development through a new incubation program, Vodafone Business […]

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AWS re:Invent 2020 manufacturing and industrial customer guide

Introduction Although AWS re:Invent routinely fills up the hotels and venues on the Las Vegas strip with standing-room only crowds, this year is different: We are bringing re:Invent to manufacturing and industrial customers with an all-virtual and FREE three-week lineup that begins November 30. This year’s conference will be rich with many opportunities to learn […]

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Five bets for the next five years: Technology transformations in the restaurant business

During my career in the restaurant business, technology went from being a standalone, assembly-language based point-of-sale system with limited functionality and importance to a highly integrated, mission-critical ecosystem. Looking back, much of the timing and nature of this evolution was not predictable, but there were certain clear trends that informed pre-emptive bets. These in turn, […]

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