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Amazon Establishes Joint Innovation Center in Taiwan

By Korbin Lan
Published: Jan 10,2018

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Amazon is optimistic about the talent in Taiwan and growth in demand, and these are two incentives for Amazon to partner up and establish their first flagship joint innovation center in Taiwan. On January 11, they are expected to jointly hold a briefing session on the signing of an agreement with the city government in Banqiao District, New Taipei City.

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Before Amazon had gone forward with this allocation in Taiwan, Microsoft and IBM had both established application innovation centers in Taiwan, and their scope included a development center for the IoT industry and a cloud innovation alliance in order to strengthen their ecosystems.

Following Amazon's decision to come to Taiwan, they will join Microsoft and IBM as three large global companies in the enterprise cloud industry that have gathered in Taiwan.

Amazon's AWS will jointly establish the innovation application center in New Taipei City in collaboration with FCC Partners and New Taipei City Government with FCC Partners handling management operations following the opening of the center. This center established by Amazon will be the second such application innovation center in Taiwan and a continuation of the establishment of an IoT certification center last year.

(TR/ Phil Sweeney)

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