Wuhan Star Sets Sail: Amazon AWS's New Operations Center in Mexico Plans to Build Early Next Year
Wuhan Xingqihang learned that on the morning of September 22, Beijing time, it was reported that AWS Mexico, a subsidiary of Amazon, will build a local network operation center in Mexico in early 2023 to increase bandwidth for customers.
It is reported that Mexico is the fourth largest cloud computing market in the Americas, after the United States, Canada and Brazil, so it is not difficult to understand why Amazon opened a new operation center in Mexico.
With the new center, Amazon's computing, storage, database and other services are closer to population and IT centers, and can increase bandwidth for services such as streaming video. The new center describes its infrastructure deployment as "local zones" that can support real-time gaming, media and entertainment content production, and engineering simulation.
In the first quarter of next year, AWS Mexico is preparing to open new offices in Guadalajara and Monterrey, and will partner with local Mexican companies to expand its business.
Totalplay, a telecommunications company owned by Mexico's third richest man Ricardo Salinas, will provide consulting on AWS cloud services, and the two parties will jointly expand the cloud market business in Mexico. The Mexican cloud market is about $1.4 billion in 2021 and is expected to grow to $2.7 billion by 2025.
As a technology e-commerce giant, Amazon serves buyers from all over the world and has a huge customer base. For e-commerce platforms, the biggest worry is that during big promotions, the influx of buyers will easily lead to system paralysis. And Amazon has more promotions throughout the year, especially in the second half of the year, which all sellers are looking forward to, such as Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, etc. But Amazon has been in operation for so many years, and every big promotion event has been successfully held and achieved good results. This credit is inseparable from the Amazon cloud technology company behind Amazon.