Thursday, 09 February 2012 03:29
AWS cuts S3 cloud storage prices
Amazon has lowered the cost of storing information in its datacentres.
The price change, announced on Monday, shaves a few cents off the monthly cost of storing a gigabyte in Amazon Web Services's Simple Storage Service (S3) cloud.
"With this price change, all Amazon S3 standard storage customers will see a significant reduction in their storage costs," Amazon's senior manager for cloud computing solutions, Jeff Barr, wrote. "For instance, if you store 50TB of data on average you will see a 12 percent reduction in your storage costs, and if you store 500TB of data on average you will see a 13.5 percent reduction in your storage costs.
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