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Amazon Web Services launches Indian data centre

28 June 2016

Amazon Web Services has launched its first data centre in India. The data centre is part of its $5-billion investment in the country.

The Mumbai data centre, which is AWS' new Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region, joins Beijing, Seoul, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo as the sixth AWS Region in Asia and the 13th worldwide, bringing the total number of AWS Availability Zones to 35 worldwide.

The new Mumbai region is currently available for multiple services including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS).

The complete list of AWS regions and services is available on the global infrastructure page.

Mumbai region pricing can be found through the Amazon products and services page.

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