Amazon Web Services

SEATTLE: Amazon Web Services (AWS), an, Inc. company, and Formula 1 are introducing six new F1 Insights powered by AWS that will roll out through the 2021 racing season. 

The new additions mean a total of 18 AWS-powered stats will be available to fans by the end of the season. F1 Insights powered by AWS are real-time racing statistics, displayed as on-screen graphics, that transform the fan experience before, during, and after each race by providing the data and analysis fans need to interpret driver and team race strategy and performance.

Jun 25, 2020 16:06
LONDON: Formula 1 is poised to unveil a raft of new graphics for the revised 2020 season, developed alongside Amazon Web Services, with the first set to make its appearance at the Austrian Grand Prix on July 3-5.
Jan 14, 2020 17:01
MUNICH: Germany's Bundesliga Tuesday announced it is the world’s first football league to establish a cooperation with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an company.  With immediate effect, AWS is the Bundesliga‘s official technology provider and will deliver more in-depth insight into every broadcast of Bundesliga games and enable new personalised fan experiences.
Feb 02, 2019 12:02
SEATTLE: Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) announced Thursday that it has been named the official technology provider to rugby’s most prestigious Guinness Six Nations Championship.
Jul 18, 2018 13:07
SEATTLE: Amazon Web Services announced Monday that Major League Baseball (MLB) has chosen AWS as its official provider for machine learning, artificial intelligence, and deep learning workloads. 
Jun 30, 2018 15:06
SEATTLE: Amazon announced on Friday that its subsidiary, Amazon Web Services (AWS), has signed an agreement with Formula 1, which will ensure that the latter will move a major chunk of its infrastructure to Amazon’s premises.