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Alibaba Cloud, one of the world’s top public cloud providers by market share, has announced the opening of a data center in Germany dedicated to AI and machine learning applications. Customers in the automotive, retail, and industrial industries will benefit from the new facility, which will be situated in Frankfurt.
Dry coolers have been installed in place of mechanical refrigeration. Alibaba said its new German site “adheres to the highest security requirements” and is compliant with Germany’s Cloud Computing Compliance Controls Catalog (C5).
The property will be powered entirely by renewable energy and will employ a cloud-based platform to track and reduce its daily carbon footprint.
Amplitude, Inc., a digital optimization pioneer, has announced the inauguration of its European data center in Frankfurt, Germany. Amplitude’s new data center will support the company’s growing EU customer base as well as the growing number of businesses investing in digital products.
Amplitude chose Amazon Web Services (AWS) to host its data center because it offers best-in-class privacy and security protections. As a result, Amplitude clients may benefit from both product innovation and data privacy compliance.
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