IT and industry minister KT Rama Rao recently said Telangana government has collaborated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to improve e-governance, healthcare and municipal operations to benefit the people of the state.
The minister said it was glad to see Amazon expanding its investments in their Hyderabad data centres, making it one of the largest FDIs coming into the state.
State IT, electronics and communications department said AWS will be investing 36,300 crore by 2030 as opposed to the initially committed amount of 20,096 crore in 2020.
This will be a phase-wise investment in the three data centre campuses that AWS has set up in Hyderabad at Chandanvelly in Rangareddy district, FAB City and Hyderabad Pharma City.
The three data centres form an integral part of AWS's goal of strengthening its cloud infrastructure to serve its customers in India and worldwide while providing them more cloud regions to choose from.
"Phase I of all three data centres has been completed and is available for users to avail cloud services," an IT official said. Hyderabad has been a preferred destination for Amazon in India. Both AWS's largest campus in the world and Amazon's first and one of its largest fulfilment centres are based in the city.
Telangana government is also actively working with AWS's cloud practice and has hosted some of its projects on AWS to harness the advantages provided by cloud computing.
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