AWS in Aotearoa New Zealand

  • AWS at Fieldays: November 29th to December 3rd, 2022

    AWS at Fieldays: November 29th to December 3rd, 2022

    At Fieldays 2022, AWS will be showcasing the benefits digital technology is delivering to New Zealand’s agricultural sector.

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  • Accelerating Cloud Adoption and Innovation Across the New Zealand Public Sector

    Accelerating Cloud Adoption and Innovation Across the New Zealand Public Sector

    In recent years, cloud computing has accelerated innovation with exciting new capabilities that governments and public sector agencies can use to better serve the public.

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  • AWS is another step closer to launching world class data centres in Aotearoa

    AWS is another step closer to launching world class data centres in Aotearoa

    At Amazon Web Services (AWS), we support Aotearoa in becoming a thriving digital nation. Since opening our first office in New Zealand nine years ago, we have continued to make investments to help..

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  • All in the field: AWS Agriculture Live

    All in the field: AWS Agriculture Live

    The technical video series that shows how we go all in to feed the future with our customers. Series Hosts: Karen Hildebrand, Head of Solutions Architecture, Agriculture.

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  • 30MHz Builds a Smart Agriculture Solution for Indoor Farms and Greenhouses on AWS

    30MHz Builds a Smart Agriculture Solution for Indoor Farms and Greenhouses on AWS

    The Dutch company, 30MHz, built a smart agriculture solution that provides growers with near real-time, remote crop monitoring solutions to help them optimize irrigation and ventilation and prevent...

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  • CropX Runs Soil Sensor Application on AWS to Help Global Farmers Enable Sustainability

    CropX Runs Soil Sensor Application on AWS to Help Global Farmers Enable Sustainability

    The global population is experiencing major growth, with the United Nations projecting an increase from 7.8 billion today to 9.8 billion by 2050. To meet this growth, agriculture must produce more...

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  • DataFarming Processes Data from 35 Million Acres Using Amazon ECS

    DataFarming Processes Data from 35 Million Acres Using Amazon ECS

    Established in 2017 and based in Queensland, Australia, DataFarming provides digital solutions that empower farmers to react to changes in crops and soil for more productive farming. Having decided...

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  • AWS for Industries—The Cow Collar Wearable: How Halter benefits from FreeRTOS

    AWS for Industries—The Cow Collar Wearable: How Halter benefits from FreeRTOS

    Halter, based in New Zealand, is an agri-tech original equipment manufacturer (OEM) that focuses on cattle herd management. Halter creates GPS enabled, solar powered smart collars for cows.

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  • Research indicates one million more New Zealand workers will require digital skills training next year, representing 35% of the workforce

    Research indicates one million more New Zealand workers will require digital skills training next year, representing 35% of the workforce

    Cloud and cybersecurity skills are projected to be the top two most demanded digital skills by employers by 2025 but less than one third of organisations have a training plan in place.

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  • AWS Announce New Region in New Zealand2:11

    AWS Announce New Region in New Zealand

    AWS is excited to announce plans to build a new world-class infrastructure in Aotearoa New Zealand. Hear from Tim Dacombe-Bird, Country Manager, Public Sector, New Zealand on the announcement.

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  • Kia ora, Auckland! – An AWS Region is coming to New Zealand

    Kia ora, Auckland! – An AWS Region is coming to New Zealand

    All Things Distributed by Dr. Werner Vogels

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  • Amazon Web Services announces planned NZD $7.5 billion investment to open data centres in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Amazon Web Services announces planned NZD $7.5 billion investment to open data centres in Aotearoa New Zealand

    Written by Tim Dacombe-Bird

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  • In the Works – AWS Region in New Zealand

    In the Works – AWS Region in New Zealand

    AWS News Blog by Jeff Barr

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  • AWS Economic Impact Study: AWS Investment in New Zealand

    AWS Economic Impact Study: AWS Investment in New Zealand

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  • AWS Expands Cloud Infrastructure in New Zealand With New AWS Local Zone in Auckland

    AWS Expands Cloud Infrastructure in New Zealand With New AWS Local Zone in Auckland

    New AWS Local Zone will deliver single-digit millisecond latency performance at the edge of the cloud.

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  • AWS Data Lab Launches in ANZ to Help Customers Accelerate Their Data Projects

    AWS Data Lab Launches in ANZ to Help Customers Accelerate Their Data Projects

    Businesses generate a treasure trove of data, and buried in that data is information that can be used to improve performance, boost efficiency, and deliver better customer experiences.

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  • Climbing the Data Maturity Ladder in Australia and New Zealand

    Climbing the Data Maturity Ladder in Australia and New Zealand

    COVID-19 led to a digital acceleration in the workplace. In Australia, one-third of businesses expanded their online presence in the first three weeks of the pandemic, and 90% adopted new technology..

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  • AWS re/Start in New Zealand Helps Local Graduates Find Tech Jobs

    AWS re/Start in New Zealand Helps Local Graduates Find Tech Jobs

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) today announced that the first AWS re/Start student cohort in New Zealand has graduated from the program with pathways to pursue careers in technology.

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  • Loyalty NZ Selects AWS to Build Customer Engagement Platform That Will Transform Flybuys programme

    Loyalty NZ Selects AWS to Build Customer Engagement Platform That Will Transform Flybuys programme

    Machine Learning and Data Analytics unlock insights to drive hyper-personalised offers for Flybuys members.

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