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AWS Launches 2nd Cloud Infrastructure Region in Hyderabad to Support 48,000 Jobs Annually RAH MGBSEXI News

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It is also estimated that this investment is associated with an average of more than 48,000 full-time jobs per year in foreign companies during this period.  These jobs will be part of the Amazon Web Services supply chain in India, which includes jobs in construction, facilities maintenance, engineering, telecommunications and the country's broader economy.

It is also estimated that this investment is associated with an average of more than 48,000 full-time jobs per year in foreign companies during this period. These jobs will be part of the Amazon Web Services supply chain in India, which includes jobs in construction, facilities maintenance, engineering, telecommunications and the country’s broader economy.

It is also estimated that this investment is associated with an average of more than 48,000 full-time jobs per year in foreign companies during this period. These jobs will be part of the Amazon Web Services supply chain in India, which includes jobs in construction, facilities maintenance, engineering, telecommunications and the country’s broader economy.

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Amazon Web Services announced the launch of its second Amazon Web Services infrastructure region in India, the Amazon Web Services Asia Pacific (Hyderabad) region. Amazon Web Services plans to invest an estimated $4.4 billion (about Rs 36,300 crore) in India by 2030 through the new Amazon Web Services Asia Pacific (Hyderabad) region, including building data centers, launching utilities. Includes operating costs and other costs. Under which goods and services will be procured from regional companies.

It is also estimated that this investment is associated with an average of more than 48,000 full-time jobs per year in foreign companies during this period. These jobs will be part of the Amazon Web Services supply chain in India, which includes jobs in construction, facilities maintenance, engineering, telecommunications and the country’s broader economy.

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