Verizon introduces its cloud computing storage service Staff

Verizon offers Storage as a Service
Continuing its push into the cloud computing market, Verizon has announced a new Storage

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as a Service offering.

The service, called Verizon Cloud Storage, will emphasize security and focus on the enterprise looking for a global storage service. It will be available in the U.S. and 16 additional countries in July. The telecom firm recently added "enterprise-class features" to its Computing as a Service and seems to be making a serious cloud computing push. Hey, you don't get to number ten on our top cloud providers list by sitting on your hands…

Amazon EC2 creators to launch new cloud service
Chris Pinkham and Willem van Biljon, two of the creators of Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), are launching a new cloud computing startup.

The company, called Benguela, will be based in Menlo Park, Calif., and Cape Town, South Africa. Not much is known about the new company, but its software has been described by an employee as "next generation network virtualization for the data center."

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