Verizon: 2010 top cloud computing provider

Verizon was the first big telco to enter the cloud computing market. Even though it doesn't boast a large customer base, it still made its way onto our top 10 cloud providers list.

 

#10: Verizon

Verizon 

Verizon: The first big telco to enter the cloud, Verizon cornered off a section of its data center in Beltsville, Maryland to offer Infrastructure as a Service to its existing customers.

But like all "premium" telco services, it's expensive and doesn't appear to offer more than anyone else. Also, is anyone actually using this yet? We'd love to hear from you.

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This was first published in February 2010

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