© Reuters. AMAZON EXPANDS ITS CLOUD SERVICES IN LATIN AMERICA
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN).com wants to develop its offer of services in cloud computing (cloud) in Latin America, said on Monday a leader of the american group.
Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of the giant of online distribution, has opened on April 8, a office in Buenos Aires, which comes in addition to those in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico, said Teresa Carlson, vice president of Amazon in charge of global public sector, at a conference.
Amazon Web Services manages the data and the computing of large enterprises in the cloud.
“We need to be partners in Latin America. There are a lot of opportunities, talent, incredible,” she said.
“We also offer cloud services in Brazil and we will definitely expand in more countries in Latin America.”
(Eliana Raszewski; Catherine Mallebay-Vacqueur for French service, edited by Véronique Tison)