Amazon Web Services (AWS) will open the AWS Israel (Tel Aviv) region, a cloud infrastructure region, in the first half of 2023 for data centers across the country, the company announced earlier this month.
The region will enable even more developers, startups, businesses and government, educational institutions and nonprofits to run their applications and serve end users from data centers in Israel.
“The new AWS Israel (Tel Aviv) Region will enable more public and private institutions, innovative startups and global corporations to deliver cloud-built applications that drive economic development across the country,” said Peter DeSantis , Senior Vice President of Global Infrastructure at AWS.
The announcement comes just weeks after AWS and Google signed a deal to open large data centers in Israel. These centers will provide cloud services to the land in a tender valued at NIS 4 billion ($ 1.23 billion).
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