Since 2016, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has invested $3.71 billion in establishing local Cloud infrastructure and creating jobs in India, according to a company release on 9 September.
AWS said it is positive that the adoption of digital technology in India will enable the country to turn into a $5 Trillion economy.
The cloud branch of the Amazon, AWS, plans to open up a second infrastructure Cloud region in Hyderabad with three availability zones. The areas of innovation include resiliency for critical cloud workloads, lower latency, and improved compliance capabilities. The Hyderabad Cloud region will join forces with the existing Mumbai region.
The Hyderabad Cloud region along with Mumbai is designed to aid hundreds of thousands of Indian organizations, including startups and public sector companies, to avail the benefit of additional infrastructure to leverage advanced technologies from a global suite of cloud services.
AWS has expanded its services by including "edge locations" in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Kolkata.
(With inputs from India West and IANS)