The highly automated Amazon Go store in Seattle is an example of how cloud technologies can open up new opportunities for retail at the edge. (Image: Amazon)
Data and devices are everywhere. And Amazon Web Services would like to expand its cloud wherever this data is located.
At its annual re: Invent conference last week, AWS announced that it would add 30 new local zones around the world to its edge computing capabilities, as well as new ways to connect to the Internet of Trillions of Things. Amazon Web Services introduced new chips and servers, along with an increased focus on industry-oriented cloud services.
In a keynote and a blog post, Chief Technology Officer Werner Vogels outlined …