Andy, chief executive of Amazon cloud computing business AWS
Tencent Technology News, June 11 news, according to foreign media reports, local time Monday, Amazon cloud computing business AWS CEO Andy
The comments came after the official U. S. regulato
Amazon launched its core cloud computing service AWS in 2006. By the first quarter of this year, AWS revenue accounted for about 13% of Amazon's total revenue and about 50% of its operating revenue. AWS has the largest market share among public cloud computing service providers, and other companies can use these services for remote computing, storage and database management. Alibaba, Google and Microsoft have also entered the field.
Jassi said he wondered if Amazon employees were surprised by recent discussions about regulating the company. He said:
AWS now has tens of thousands of employees and is growing rapidly within its parent company, which employs more than 600,000, Jasi said. He said:
Asked if US regulators asked Amazon to spin off its AWS business, Jassi replied:
On Monday, Jassi pointed out that he still felt there was no obvious benefit in doing so. Customers should not want this to happen, he adds, because to achieve this goal they have to do a lot of extra things, such as holding financial teleconferencing, which may distract people from more important tasks, such as keeping cloud computing services running at a higher level.
If companies no longer want to disclose relevant business data in financial statements or are unable to support them at the level of capital they should have, they may be encouraged to divest their businesses, Jassi added. But neither Amazon nor AWS has such a problem, he said. (Tencent Technology Revision/Jinlu)