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Mobotap Information Technology Co., Ltd. is a leading developer of mobile browsers. The Dolphin browser - the company’s main product - has over 100 million users in more than 10 countries around the world. Using the AWS cloud service platform, the company has quickly launched the Dolphin browser and other services in various regions and dramatically reduced the operations and maintenance costs.

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Qihoo 360 is a one of China’s largest Internet service company with more than 450 million active users, mainly focusing on software and internet security, mobile security, and Internet access portal, and search. The company mainly provides free cyber security platforms, including 360 Security Guard and 360 Antivirus. Using the AWS cloud service platform, Qihoo 360 is able to quickly launch services overseas, reduce costs, and expand this emerging market.

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TIENS Group is a corporation has multiple businesses, including biotechnology, health management, hotels & travel services, education & training, e-commerce, and financial investment. Tiens operates in more than 180 countries around the world. Through the AWS cloud service platform, TIENS Group has built a fast and reliable business network to connect its offices in more than 110 countries, dramatically improving its service capability, with about 50% operating cost reduction.

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DerbySoft is a global hub that connects those in the travel industry, from tour operators and travel agencies to global hotel chains. Using AWS helps the company reduce capital expenditure and offer real-time data with high availability and minimal latency to more than 8,000 hotels.


FunPlus Game is a mobile and social gaming company that provides interactive games for mobile devices and social networks worldwide. By moving to AWS, FunPlus has the flexibility to customize its environment and can scale from 1 million to 3 million users in 3 months with only 1 engineer.


LightInTheBox (LITB) is a supply chain service with B2C retail service, serving more than 1 million customers a day from more than 200 countries. LITB, facing rapid business growth and IT resource constraints, uses AWS to run its business operations and store product and transactional data.


Madhouse is one of China's leading mobile marketing services providers. By using AWS, the company launched a complete mobile advertising service platform in just a few days while saving 30% in IT infrastructure costs and successfully expanded its mobile advertising business to India.


NQ Mobile is a leading global provider of mobile Internet services focusing on security, privacy, and productivity. The company uses AWS to accelerate its international expansion, saving 20% on infrastructure costs and improving time to market from 15 days to 45 minutes.


SMiT is the provider of worldwide streaming media platform Locostream. The company uses AWS to support global expansion of its business, experiencing near-100% availability to a worldwide audience and reducing development time by a factor of 5.


Youxigu, a leading developer of online games in Asia, wanted to capitalize on the growing market for mobile games in China, but its on-premises servers couldn’t support players effectively. After migrating to AWS, Youxigu is able to provide near 100% availability for mobile games and have the compute capacity to support 50,000 new players a day.

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Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. manufactures luxury super sports cars in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy. When the company’s outdated website and infrastructure needed an update, Automobili Lamborghini chose AWS to bring a new website online in less than one month, supporting a new product launch that generated a 250% increase in website traffic.

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With the help of Eagle Genomics, Unilever Research and Development created a digital data program to advance biology and informatics innovation. The program’s architecture combines Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), and Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) with the eHive open-source workflow system. Since the program started, Unilever has been able to maintain its operational costs while processing genetic sequences twenty times faster and substantially increasing simultaneous workflows.


TinyCo moved to Amazon Web Services (AWS) after outgrowing its first cloud service provider. With the AWS Cloud, TinyCo is able to manage 20 billion requests and deliver 400 TB of content to customers per month, while focusing on game development instead of managing infrastructure.


During the 2012 Super Bowl, the Shazam App ran on Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon EMR, and Amazon EC2 Cluster Compute Quadruple Extra Large Instances with Elastic Load Balancing. This infrastructure helped to support the processing of millions of transactions during this high-traffic event.


Spotify is an on-demand music streaming service which offers its users instant access to more than 16 million songs. The company uses AWS to store its vast repository of music, which provides scalable capacity for past hits, current favorites—and the soundtrack of tomorrow.


The NASDAQ OMX Group, Inc., the inventor of the electronic exchange, uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) as the basis for FinQloud, a cloud computing solution specific to the financial services industry. FinQloud enables clients to store, manage and process large amounts of data cost-effectively while also helping them meet regulatory requirements.