Amazon Web Services will expand its activities to more than 30 major cities around the world and announces that among the countries in which it will launch “the 30 new Local Zones” is Greece, according to a post on twitter.
The post also emphasizes that “Local Zones strategically located in large metropolitan areas, allow end-users to run high-demand programs without delay.”
“We will be launching more than 30 new AWS Local Zones in major cities around the world. These new AWS Local Zones will be available from 2022 in more than 21 countries, including Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Greece, India, Kenya, the Netherlands, Norway, the Philippines, Poland, Portugal and South Africa, and will connect with 16 Local Zones across the US, helping you to serve the end-users around the world with an even shorter time lag “
Amazon Web Services (AWS): is the most comprehensive and widespread cloud platform in the world, offering more than 200 complete data centre services worldwide. Millions of customers – including fast-growing start-ups, larger companies and top government agencies – use AWS to cut costs, become more flexible and innovate faster.
Amazon “local areas” are a type of infrastructure that brings together computers, storage, and other select services in metropolitan areas. The services allow end-users to run high–end programs without delay. ”
The new “local zones” are added to the existing 16 of the AWS existing in the US and specifically in Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York, Philadelphia.
Mitsotakis meeting on Friday with AWS executives
Meeting with executives of Amazon Web Services, on the subject of the large investment of the company in our country, will be tomorrow Friday at 9.30 am. Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
The meeting will be attended by the Minister of Development and Investment Adonis Georgiadis, the Minister of State and Digital Government Kyriakos Pierrakakis and the Ministers of State, George Gerapetritis and Akis Skertsos.