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AAPT joins AWS partner network

AAPT joins AWS partner network

AAPT launches new product - AAPT National AWS Connect

Telecommunications infrastructure provider, AAPT, has become a part of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) partner network.

It has joined the network as a technology partner, supporting the AWS Direct Connect service through its new product offering - AAPT National AWS Connect.

It aims to supply carrier-grade dedicated network connection for companies to connect their on-premise environment to AWS. Earlier this month, AWSlaunched its cloud services into the Australian market hosted in a Sydney-based datacentre.

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