AWS to launch infrastructure region in Malaysia; plans to invest $6B by 2037

Amazon Web Services (AWS), an, Inc. company, has announced plans to launch an AWS infrastructure Region in Malaysia. The new AWS Region will give developers, startups, entrepreneurs, and enterprises, as well as government, education, and nonprofit organizations, greater choice for running their applications and serving end users from data centers located in Malaysia. As part of its commitment to the region, AWS is planning to invest $6 billion in Malaysia by 2037.

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Malaysia’s Catcha Digital completes acquisition of iMedia Asia

March 9, 2023

Catcha Digital Bhd has completed the acquisition of the entire equity interest of iMedia Asia Sdn Bhd for RM43.92million (US$9.8 million) in cash and shares. Catcha Digital now owns a fast-growing integrated digital media solutions provider, with an extensive portfolio of digital marketing platforms, reaching 12.7 million Malaysians in June 2022 and services over 100 brands spanning across various industries.

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Amora a Brazilian startup has received US$7.69M

March 9, 2023

Amora a Brazilian startup received US$7.69 million through debt in Real Estates Receivables Certificates (CRI) and equity from a Venture Capital investor. Amora offers a real estate contract, but it is not financing, since the customer does not need to acquire the property and if they want to buy the property, they have three years to make the decision. Amora portfolio is in Sao Paulo operating with only condominium properties.

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Salesforce Connects AI-Based Marketing Apps with Data from CDP and Google

June 8, 2023

Salesforce kicked off its big Connections conference yesterday, and if you’re surprised the focus was on generative AI, you haven’t been paying attention.  Still, the focus this time was on marketing applications that draw on Salesforce CDP data, so it’s right up our alley.  They also announced direct access to Google BigQuery data, ticking the “zero-copy” box as well.

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