Amazon brings cashierless payment technology to AWS
Amazon intends to use AWS to market Amazon Go, a set of technologies and services that allow in-store payments without checkout personnel.
The organization initially developed Amazon Go for small businesses. The technology allows customers to pay without human intervention. As a result, stores ... Read more
Atos closes five-year deal with AWS for customer cloud migrations
Atos has selected Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its preferred partner for migrating customer workloads to the cloud.
The French IT giant committed to a five-year collaboration with AWS. The company will use AWS for its infrastructure services, DevOps and machine learning initiatives.
The part... Read more
TCS and AWS collaborate on quantum computing services
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and AWS are partnering to provide quantum computing services. To this end, TCS established a so-called Quantum Computing Lab within the tech giant's public cloud.
TCS has been collaborating with AWS in the field of cloud computing for some time. The partners are n... Read more
Data is the genesis for modern invention
Swami Sivasubramanian is responsible for data and machine learning at AWS. In a 2-hour keynote, he explained how to develop a data strategy using a variety of AWS solutions. In between, he also announces the necessary product updates so that organizations can extract even more or easier value from ... Read more
AWS wants to replace VPNs with Verified Access
AWS introduced Verified Access. The service allows users to set conditions that devices must meet to access applications. AWS positions Verified Access as a more effective alternative to virtual private networks (VPNs).
During the announcement, the tech giant pointed out the disadvantages of VPN... Read more
AWS introduces Sapphire Rapids-based Amazon EC2 R7iz instances
AWS introduced a new series of high-performance instances. The Amazon EC2 R7iz series is based on Intel Sapphire Rapids processors. AWS designed the systems for processor-heavy applications.
The instances are available with up to 128 virtual CPUs per instance and 1024 GiB of memory per instance... Read more
AWS runs compute and machine learning services on satellite in orbit
AWS has managed to run compute and machine learning services on a satellite in orbit. The test should help onboard data analysis on satellites using cloud technology.
The tech giant is the first cloud provider to succeed in supporting data analysis onboard a low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite. Duri... Read more
AWS shows a lot of power at re:Invent 22 opening keynote
Amazon Web Services is hosting its annual re:Invent conference this week. During this conference, AWS showcases its innovations for its cloud solutions. During the opening keynote of Adam Selipsky, the CEO of AWS, it was mostly a power show in which the company demonstrated that it is the market le... Read more
AWS introduces Arm-based Graviton3E chip for HPC workloads
AWS unveiled a new entry to its Graviton processor series. The Arm-based Graviton3E is designed for high-performance workloads.
When compared to its predecessor, the processor offers up to 25 percent more general compute performance, 200 percent more floating-point performance and 200 percent mo... Read more
BlackBerry launches automotive operating system QNX on AWS
BlackBerry has made QNX OS available on AWS. Users can now run the operating system on EC2 instances to test automotive software.
QNX OS is installed in cars to run and manage onboard instruments and subsystems. The operating system ensures that computing and processing tasks are completed with... Read more