Amazon.com, Inc’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) Amazon Web Services has disclosed Friday the general accessibility of Amazon Nimble Studio. Users will now be able to rapidly coordinate with artists all around the globe and add them to their team. This feature of Amazon Nimble Studio will allow the user to create content faster and more efficiently.
Furthermore, Artists will be able to access faster virtual workstations, high-speed storage, and accessible rendering across AWS's global infrastructure so they will be able to create content quicker. Not only this but also the users will be able to establish a new production studio in an hour.
The need for clients for more content has also pushed studios to get talent from around the globe who need high-powered desktops, specialized software, and high-speed storage and networking. All of these limitations may result in production setbacks, enhanced expenditures, and missed opportunities for content production studios. which need more than 150 million hours of basic computing and the coordination of hundreds of artists and engineers.
Users will also have the chance to access high-performance workstations powered by Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) G4dn instances with NVIDIA Graphical Processing Units (GPUs), shared file storage Amazon FSx and ultra-low latency streaming through the AWS Global Network.
Availability of Amazon Nimble Studio
The firm has revealed that the Amazon Nimble Studio will be accessible to users in six AWS regions and local regions. The six regions and local territories include Eastern United States (N. Virginia), Western United States (Oregon), Canada Region (Central), Europe Region (London), Asia Pacific Region (Sydney), and Local United States (Los Angeles), with extra-regional backing to come.