Silicon Angle: AWS Brings Wavelength Zones To Denver And Seattle Via Verizon’s 5G Network

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Amazon Web Services Inc. today announced that it has set up two new Wavelength Zones in Denver and Seattle, allowing enterprises to deploy their applications closer to the two cities for projects such as “internet of things” initiatives. 

AWS Wavelength is one of the main pillars of AWS’ edge computing strategy. The service offers access to cloud infrastructure that has the same features as the infrastructure in the Amazon.com Inc. unit’s main data centers, only it’s located in closer physical proximity to major cities. Packets therefore travel faster to and from applications deployed on Wavelength, which can be a big boon for certain projects.

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