Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Formula 1 has announced that it will roll out the first of six new real-time racing statistics at this weekend’s grand prix in Imola, Italy, to enhance broadcast coverage of the motor-racing championship’s 202…

Golf’s PGA Tour has become the latest sports property to team up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) in a deal that names the company as the official cloud provider of the organisation.

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become the global technology provider for the SRO Motorsports Group, building on an existing relationship between the technology firm and GT racing event organiser

The German Football League (DFL) is providing its international rights-holding broadcasters with IP-based live streaming through its tie-up with Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing subsidiary of Amazon

The Formula 1 motor-racing series has detailed plans to add new television graphics for its revised 2020 season as part of its agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has developed a new suite of fan statistics to activate its sponsorship rights for this year’s Six Nations rugby championship.

The recently-agreed tie-up between Germany’s Bundesliga and Amazon Web Services, the retail giant’s cloud computing subsidiary, could lead to archive highlights created specifically for different rights-holding bro…

Germany’s Bundesliga has become the world’s first football league to work with Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing subsidiary of the retail giant becoming increasingly involved in sports broadcasting and…

Collaboration to involve artificial intelligence, cloud computing

The National Football League is continuing to pilot 5G cloud technology in the United States by partnering with Verizon and Amazon Web Services for Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network.

Amazon Web Services, the cloud computing subsidiary of Amazon

North America’s Major League Baseball has extended and expanded its partnership with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) division of internet company Amazon.