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Amazon opens Australian office

July 14, 2011 No Comments

Global cloud computing and retail giant Amazon today told customers it had opened an Australian office with dedicated local staff to service the cloud computing market, as speculation continues to swirl that the company will also establish a new local datacentre facility to meet customer demand.

The company’s Asia-Pacific managing director of its Web Services division Shane Owenby and global chief technology officer Werner Vogels (pictured) hit Sydney today for a half-day presentation to a moderate-sized group of customers at the ritzy Sofitel Wentworth hotel in the downtown central business district. A similar event was held in Melbourne earlier in the week.

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