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LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc on Tuesday said it was extending its cloud to 5G networks in partnership with Verizon Communications Inc, so developers can run latency-sensitive programs on mobile and connected devices.
The program, called AWS Wavelength, is one of several new ways that Amazon Web Services is pushing its cloud into new territory. At the company's annual re:Invent conference in Las Vegas, the world's top cloud provider also announced new infrastructure called Local Zones, debuting in Los Angeles, that will help nearby users run speed-intensive applications like gaming.
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The company's household 5G service has had a quirky limitation. That changes in Chicago, the program's fifth city.Chicago's network, however, will be unlike the initial 5G Home cities Verizon launched last year. Unlike those four, the new network will run off the same 5G technology the company uses for its mobile network (something called 5G NR), where the original cities use a network (known as 5G TF) that's incompatible with the one it's deploying around the country for mobile devices.
It also said that its previously announced on-premises infrastructure service, Outposts, was ready for orders, in new competition with companies that help others run their own data centers, like Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co.
(Reporting by Jeffrey Dastin in Las Vegas; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)
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