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Blockchain Partnership From Ava Labs and AWS

Ava Labs announced that it has partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to increase blockchain adoption. Within the scope of the partnership, it is aimed to facilitate individuals to start and manage nodes on Avalanche. This will allow developers to add more power and flexibility to the network. More specifically, the AWS-Avalanche collaboration will enable more people to start nodes on Avalanche.

Making a statement about the new development, Emin Gün Sirer, the founder and CEO of Ava Labs, made the following statements:

“Being able to instantly test networks with AWS for both individual and enterprise developers has been a huge boon in the legal jurisdiction. I am proud to have implemented a protocol that can complete millions of participants almost instantly. Our work with Amazon can accelerate the positive impact of Avalanche.”

With the new partnership, AWS will now support Avalanche’s infrastructure and dApp ecosystem, including one-click node deployment via the AWS Marketplace. In his statement, AWS Vice President and Head of Global Startup, Howard Wright, stated that web3 and blockchain technology will be an inevitable field going forward.

“Blockchain technology will be the main area. No one can say the time, date or quarter that this will happen. However, the pace of this seems to be accelerating and we are very excited to be a part of this development.”

A statement regarding the new development was also made by Ava Labs President John Wu. Wu noted that Avalanche’s breakthrough speed, security and inherent scalability make it an excellent resource for bringing it to the masses.

Wu also made the following statements:

“This partnership means a lot to us. We have over 500 apps on the chain and we would love to give them a better experience. Now we have a real partnership that we can refer to the Activate program. Moreover, our users are always looking for a better experience. Creating a knot with one click is an incredible way to do that.”

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