Including storage, robotics and artificial intelligence, AWS’ cloud platform offers more than 200 services
Over the next 14 years, Amazon Web Services (AWS), the cloud computing division of Amazon.com Inc. plans to invest $6 billion in Malaysia to strengthen its cloud services infrastructure in the country.
This marks the company’s latest move in its plan to build AWS Infrastructure Regions across southeast Asia.
The subsidiary said in a statement that the infrastructure hub will enable customers in the region to store data securely.
Including storage, robotics and artificial intelligence, AWS’ cloud platform offers more than 200 services.
Last year, AWS had announced a $5 billion investment in Thailand.
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