Amazon’s AWS Sets Sight on Japan Expansion With $15.5B Investment, Announces John Felton as New CFO

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Amazon.Com, Inc’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) cloud computing unit, Amazon Web Services, shared plans to invest close to 2.3 trillion yen ($15.5 billion) in Japan over five years between 2023 and 2027. AWS earmarked the funds to boost data centers and bolster business operations. Thanks to the artificial intelligence frenzy, Amazon looks to tap the growth in the volume of data processed by the move, Nikkei Asia cites AWS Japan at a news conference in Tokyo on Friday. Also Read:Amazon’s AWS Pushes AI Boundaries With New Chips And Nvidia Partnership AWS doled out 1.51 trillion yen in 12 years between 2011 and…

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