AWS Africa Region in Cape Town is here, and people want it for Fortnite.
The AWS Africa (Cape Town) Region is comprised of three Availability Zones.
The firm is also calling on 100 percent black-owned businesses to apply for the AWS Equity Equivalent Investment Program.
Richard Vester, executive director and head of cloud at iOCO, unpacks the value that being a part of the AWS partner network holds.
It’s called Amazon Kendra and could be deployed in a variety of enterprise environments.
AWS now has a quantum computing solution of its own, with it being a fully managed service.
It is one of 22 new languages added to the machine-based translation tool.
iHouzit founder, Roana Mouton, explains to us the choice to go with AWS, and how it has provided a solid platform for the startup.
The cloud division of Amazon still remains one of its biggest revenue contributors.
We catch up with OneCart CTO, Tay Zombulovich, to find how the online platform has been performing and the role AWS is playing in evolving their business.
We catch up with Paul Penzhorn, CEO of Africam to find out more about the company and how AWS has helped them deliver to wildlife enthusiasts.
The first of its kind on the African continent, the AWS Johannesburg Pop-Up Loft will be accessible to local businesses and entrepreneurs until 29th March.
Senior Data Scientist at AWS, Yotam Yarden, outlines seven things that all executives should be aware of when it comes to machine learning.
From satellites to sports cars, it’s an interesting mix.
Teaching coding at a younger age key to addressing the job requirements of the future, explains AWS.
The network has 12 antenna stations currently available with more arriving next year.
We chat to Custos Media Technologies’ COO, Fred Lutz, who explains how blockchain and AWS help them protect intellectual property online.
Here’s what Amazon Web Services has announced for the local builder community.