Amazon is to expand its research division in Cambridge, boosting investment in machine learning and other development programmes.
The online firm, which already has one base in the city, will open another site near the train station with the capacity for over 400 employees to be based there.
It's part of the company's commitment to developing drone technology
Teams of experts working on devices such as Kindle and Alexa, will move to the new larger site starting this autumn.
Amazon is currently recruiting extensively in Cambridge as part of its expansion plans in the city.
Once the new site opens, the current Development Centre building at Castle Hill will be used primarily for research and development for Prime Air, Amazon's drone delivery system which is designed to get parcels to customers in 30 minutes or less using drones.