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AWS is sick of waiting for your company to move to the cloud

AWS is sick of waiting for your company to move to the cloud AWS held its annual re:Invent customer conference last week in Las Vegas. Being Vegas, there was pageantry aplenty, of course, but this year’s model felt a bit different than in years past, lacking the onslaught of major announcements we […]

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AWS Outposts begins to take shape to bring the cloud into the data center

AWS Outposts begins to take shape to bring the cloud into the data center When AWS announced Outposts last year, a private cloud hardware stack they install in your data center, there were a lot of unanswered questions. This week at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, the company announced general availability as […]

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Verizon and AWS announce 5G Edge computing partnership

Verizon and AWS announce 5G Edge computing partnership Just as Qualcomm was starting to highlight its 5G plans for the coming years, Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg hit the stage at AWS re:Invent to discuss the carrier’s team up with the cloud computing giant. As part of Verizon’s (TechCrunch’s parent company, disclosure, disclosure, […]

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AWS announces new enterprise search tool powered by machine learning

AWS announces new enterprise search tool powered by machine learning Today at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, the company announced a new search tool called Kendra, which provides natural language search across a variety of content repositories using machine learning. Matt Wood, AWS VP of artificial intelligence, said the new search tool […]

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AWS announces UltraWarm tier for Amazon Elasticsearch Service

AWS announces UltraWarm tier for Amazon Elasticsearch Service AWS announced a new tier for Amazon Elasticsearch Service. And it could potentially lead to some cost savings. It is now available in preview. There are now two storage tiers for Amazon Elasticsearch Service — hot and UltraWarm. Hot is still the most effective […]

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AWS announces new ARM-based instances with Graviton2 processors

AWS announces new ARM-based instances with Graviton2 processors AWS, the cloud division of Amazon, just announced the next generation of its ARM processors, the Graviton2. This is a custom chip design with a 7nm architecture. It is based on 64-bit ARM Neoverse cores. Compared to first-generation Graviton processors (A1), today’s new chips […]

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CircleCI launches improved AWS support

CircleCI launches improved AWS support For about a year now, continuous integration and delivery service CircleCI has offered Orbs, a way to easily reuse commands and integrations with third-party services. Unsurprisingly, some of the most popular Orbs focus on AWS, as that’s where most of the company’s developers are either testing their […]

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Amazon debuts automatic speech recognition service, Amazon Transcribe Medical

Amazon debuts automatic speech recognition service, Amazon Transcribe Medical Amazon is expanding its automatic transcription service for AWS, Amazon Transcribe, to include support for medical speech, the company announced this morning at its AWS Re:Invent conference. The new machine-learning powered service, Amazon Transcribe Medical, will allow physicians to quickly dictate their clinical […]

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New Amazon tool helps machine learning models identify unique objects

New Amazon tool helps machine learning models identify unique objects Amazon announced a new capability today called Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels to help customers train machine learning models to understand a set of objects when there is a limited set of information. Typically, machine learning models have to work on large data […]

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AWS confirms reports it will challenge JEDI contract award to Microsoft

AWS confirms reports it will challenge JEDI contract award to Microsoft Surely just about everyone was surprised when the Department of Defense last month named Microsoft as the winner of the decade-long, $10 billion JEDI cloud contract — none more so than Amazon, the company everyone assumed all along would be the […]

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