Amazon sponsors French Federation of Basketball Après la Ligue Nationale de Basket (LNB), Amazon renforce son soutien à un sport majeur, en choisissant de devenir partenaire de la FFBB et du basket français, une discipline dont les valeurs sont similaires à celles d’Amazon. Le basket est le premier sport collectif féminin en France en nombre de licenciées et le deuxième sport collectif masculin et compte plus de 4 000 clubs. À l’occasion de cette alliance avec la FFBB, une boutique FFBB / Équipe de France de Basket sera disponible prochainement sur Amazon.fr avec une large sélection, incluant les tenues officielles de l’Équipe de France masculine et féminine.
Amazon partners with Pro Football Focus SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company (NASDAQ: AMZN), announced that Pro Football Focus (PFF), a subscription-based analytics service that supplies data to the National Football League (NFL), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and Canadian Football League (CFL) teams, has moved all of its infrastructure to AWS, and has chosen AWS as its official cloud and machine learning provider. PFF will use AWS compute, storage, database, serverless, analytics, and machine learning services to improve operational efficiency, innovate at a faster pace, and drive deeper meaning from game statistical data. AWS will enable PFF to uncover never-before-seen metrics that will change the way that teams, fans, and the media experience football. Working with AWS, PFF will enhance its data collection systems and enterprise reporting suite so that organizations leveraging PFF’s data can quickly discover player and opponent tendencies, identify weaknesses in rosters, and create play cards based on that data, accelerating their ability to strategize for every match up.
Amazon partners with NASCAR SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today, Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company (NASDAQ: AMZN), announced that National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) has chosen AWS as its standard for cloud-based machine learning and artificial intelligence workloads. NASCAR will use the breadth and depth of AWS technologies to build cloud-based services and automate processes, including a new video series on NASCAR.com called This Moment in NASCAR History powered by AWS. The video series will debut heading into the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series™ race at Michigan International Speedway, sharing the greatest historical moments in NASCAR racing with viewers. NASCAR is migrating its 18-petabyte video archive to AWS, and will leverage Amazon Rekognition—an AWS service that adds intelligent image and video analysis to applications—to automatically tag specific video frames with metadata, such as driver, car, race, lap, time, and sponsors so they can easily search those tags to surface the most iconic moments from past races. By using AWS’s services, NASCAR expects to save thousands of hours of manual search time each year, and will be able to easily surface flashbacks like Dale Earnhardt Sr.’s 1987 “Pass in the Grass” or Denny Hamlin’s 2016 Daytona 500 photo finish, and quickly deliver these to fans via video clips on NASCAR.com and social media channels.