Amazon Web Services (AWS) Expands into Adelaide, South Australia

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Sienna Rowley
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) keeps on investing in Australia. As a part of the investment strategy, this time, the cloud company has expanded into South Australia with a new presence in Adelaide to assist the local clients in the region. Within the next three years, AWS is intending to create over 50+ jobs in South Australia. Meanwhile, also the Amazon Science team will host new research programs to enhance the customer experience for’s clients.

AWS’s New Presence in Adelaide to Enhance the Local Experience

The launch happens amidst the parent company’s extension of its presence in Adelaide, which also incorporates Amazon Science, the tech giant’s artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) research division.

Sarah Bassett, AWS’s Head of South and Western Australia, stated that their new office in Adelaide, South Australia illustrates AWS’s continuous dedication to investing in Australia and, the long-term potential they consider it is for Australia to become a leader in the global digital economy. AWS offers South Australian clients with the access to modern technology that will help them expand their business into global markets from their home state. Moreover, enhance the client experience and minimize the operating expenses.

She finally concluded her statement by stating that AWS is looking ahead to support South Australia in growing its prominent tech workforce and to promote future innovation from the state.

Also Read: AWS announces plans to open second region in Australia

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