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AWS boosts startup credits, challenges Microsoft in AI cloud battle

AWS doubles cloud credits for startups amid intensifying AI competition

AWS plans to substantially enhance its support for startups utilising its cloud infrastructure in response to escalating competition in the AI services sector, particularly from Microsoft.

According to CNBC, AWS will double the value of credits offered to certain startups through its...

CoinTelegraph: How DePIN will change the cloud computing game

CoinTelegraph: How DePIN will change the cloud computing game

The cloud computing sector has been on an impressive growth trajectory, with projections suggesting its market capitalisation will quadruple to a staggering $2.3 trillion by 2032.

However, this rapid expansion comes with its own set of challenges. The market's concentration among a...

Silicon Valley’s moral crossroads: Project Nimbus sparks rebellion

The funding for Project Nimbus has got a wider swathe of tech workers and students rallied in opposition. Source: Unsplash

In a surge of activism highlighting the moral quagmire inside big tech, students and workers at Google and Amazon are coming together to protest their employers for becoming embroiled in a $1.2 billion dollar surveillance system development project for the Israeli government dubbed Project...

Amazon pumps another €10B into Germany

In another bold step to strengthen its grip in Europe, Amazon launched a €10 billion investment plan for Germany, with the goal of driving innovation and creating thousands of jobs across the country. This huge financial commitment demonstrates Amazon's commitment to improving its logistics...

Samsung chief engages Meta, Amazon and Qualcomm in strategic tech talks

Samsung chief engages Meta, Amazon, and Qualcomm in strategic tech talks

A two-week long business trip to the US by Samsung Electronics executive chairman, Lee Jae-yong, recently concluded with high-profile meetings with the heads of Meta, Amazon and Qualcomm.

As The Korea Times reported the main purpose of these discussions was to expand tech partnerships...

AWS expands in Asia-Pacific with new infrastructure region in Taiwan

AWS expands in Asia-Pacific with new infrastructure region in Taiwan

AWS has revealed plans to set up an infrastructure region in Taiwan by early 2025 in light of the explosion in demand for cloud services in the Asia-Pacific.

AWS has made investments in Taiwan since 2014. The latest network investment highlighted in its May 2022 statement on "Local...

Rick Mur, GNX: A new form of connectivity

TechForge recently caught up with GNX’s CTO and co-founder, Rick Mur, to discuss how organisations around the world are dealing with the latest connectivity challenges. 

Can you tell us a little bit about GNX?

GNX is a global connectivity provider, which means that we...

Adam Bateson, Umbraco: Open source as a secret weapon

TechForge recently spoke with VP of sales at Umbraco, Adam Bateson, as he explained the benefits of hyper-automation and digital workforces, and the importance of sustainability.

Could you tell us a little bit about the company you work for?

Umbraco is the largest...

Managing Kubernetes deployments with ArgoCD

Efficient management of Kubernetes deployments is essential for organisations seeking to harness the power of cloud-native technologies. ArgoCD, a declarative GitOps continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes, emerges as a robust solution. It facilitates the automation of deploying applications...