Amazon Web Services (AWS) announces its intention to open an infrastructure region in the United Arab Emirates in the first half of 2022, its second Middle East infrastructure region after the existing one in Bahrain in 2019.
This new region, made up of three Availability Zones, will allow customers to run workloads and store data locally while serving end users with even lower latency.
The Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) said the deal was part of its efforts to attract investments that build technology capabilities and accelerate innovation.
Globally, AWS has 80 Availability Zones in 25 regions, with plans to launch 18 additional Availability Zones and six additional regions (Australia, India, Indonesia, Spain, Switzerland, and United Arab Emirates).
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