By 2024, AWS will open its First Data Centre Region in New Zealand

By 2024_ AWS will open its First Data Centre Region in New Zealand-01

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced plans to open its first data center region in New Zealand by 2024 as part of a NZ$7.5 billion investment strategy over the next 15 years in the country.

The data center cluster, which will be headquartered in Auckland, will have three availability zones. These will be added to the existing 81 availability zones in 25 geographic locations around the world.

In Australia, Switzerland, Israel, India, Indonesia, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates, AWS has announced plans for 24 more availability zones and eight additional AWS regions. For the past eight years, AWS has been functioning in New Zealand. 

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