Delhi/Hyderabad, Nov 6
Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Friday announced setting up of its second data centre region in India in Telangana that will be operational by mid-2022, and will see the tech giant investing about Rs 20,761 crore.
While AWS did not comment on the investment detail, Telangana IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao tweeted that AWS will invest Rs 20,761 crore ($2.77 billion) to set up multiple data centres in the state.
“Happy to announce the largest FDI in the history of Telangana! After a series of meetings, AWS has finalised investment of Rs 20,761 crore ($2.77 bn) to set up multiple data centres in Telangana. The @AWSCloud Hyd Region is expected to be launched by mid 2022,” he tweeted. Rao, in a statement said AWS is investing to set up an AWS Region with three Availability Zones (AZs) in the state. — PTI
2nd data centre region by MID’22
- Amazon’s second data centre region in Telangana will be operational by mid-2022, and will see the tech giant investing about Rs20,761 crore
- Amazon Web Services said the new ‘AWS Asia Region’ will consist of three Availability Zones (AZs) at launch and join the existing nine AWS Regions and 26 AZs across Asia in India, Australia, Greater China, Japan, Korea, and Singapore