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AWS Makes Billion-Dollar Bet On India's Tech Potential With Massive Cloud Investment

  • Posted on May 18, 2023
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Amazon Web Services (AWS), the powerhouse of cloud computing under Amazon.com Inc, has exciting plans in store for India.

Cloud Computing Giant AWS Sets Sights on India with Unprecedented $13 Billion Investment

Amazon Web Services (AWS), the powerhouse of cloud computing under Amazon.com Inc, has exciting plans in store for India. They recently announced a whopping investment of 1.06 trillion rupees ($13 billion) in the country by 2030. This move demonstrates their commitment to meeting the surging demand and expanding their cloud infrastructure.

India's Tech Landscape Transformed: AWS's Data Center Mega Project Unleashes Economic Boom

They recently announced a whopping investment of 1.06 trillion rupees ($13 billion) in the country by 2030.
Adam Selipsky, the newly appointed chief executive officer of Amazon Web Service

AWS aims to construct state-of-the-art data centers in India, boosting its existing operations in the region. The investment is projected to create an impressive number of over 100,000 full-time jobs each year, providing a significant economic stimulus.

AWS's Indian Data Centers: Pioneering Digital Innovation Across Mumbai and Hyderabad

Currently, AWS operates two data centers in India. The first, located in Mumbai, was launched back in 2016, while the second, in Hyderabad, began its operations in 2022. These facilities enable AWS to deliver a wide range of services, exceeding 200 in number.

From storage solutions to cutting-edge technologies like robotics and artificial intelligence, AWS is at the forefront of digital innovation.

Game-Changing Investments: AWS, Cisco, and Foxconn Pave the Way for India's Success

India has been actively pursuing opportunities to attract substantial investments, and AWS's decision aligns with this strategy. Notably, Cisco Systems, a renowned American networking equipment manufacturer, recently disclosed its plans to manufacture goods in India to diversify its global supply chain.

Additionally, Foxconn, a prominent supplier to Apple Inc., will invest a staggering $500 million in establishing manufacturing facilities in Telangana, a state in southern India.

India's Data Revolution: Government Pushes for Local Data Storage to Regulate Big Tech

Moreover, the Indian government has been encouraging foreign technology companies to store more of their data locally. This move is viewed as an attempt by New Delhi to exert stricter oversight over Big Tech companies. As part of this initiative, India is currently formulating a comprehensive cloud and data center policy to regulate the sector effectively.

Currently, AWS operates two data centers in India. The first, located in Mumbai, was launched back in 2016, while the second, in Hyderabad, began its operations in 2022.
Currently, AWS hosts two of India’s largest digital public infrastructures (DPI) — document storage network DigiLocker and vaccination platform Cowin

Race to the Cloud: Microsoft, Google Expand Footprint in India's Thriving Market

The momentum is not limited to AWS, as other major players like Microsoft Corp and Alphabet Inc's Google are also intensifying their cloud investments in India. These industry giants recognize the immense potential and rapid digitalization taking place in one of the world's fastest-growing markets.

Clouds of Change: AWS's Bold Investments Propel India's Technology Landscape Forward

With AWS's ambitious investment plans, India's technology landscape is poised for further transformation. As cloud services become increasingly integral to businesses and individuals alike, this development promises a brighter future for digital infrastructure and technological progress in the country.

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