Amazon.com opens up its servers
You can already buy just about anything from Amazon.com. But now, TechCrunch reports, you can buy space on Amazon.com's servers. Unlike Google's Gdrive, though, Amazon's online storage offering isn't meant for consumers. Amazon, whose servers already host terabytes of book cover images, music CD reviews and sales data, is offering online storage space to companies who want to store their own data.
The new service could make it easier for startups to build new services without worrying about buying and maintaining their own storage servers...Amazon.com opens up its servers - Mar. 14, 2006
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