US Cartel Office allegedly investigates Amazon's cloud business

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In cloud computing, companies rent servers from Amazon instead of running their own data centers. Source: Reuters
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In cloud computing, companies rent servers from Amazon instead of running their own data centers.


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Seattle According to a report by the news agency Bloomberg, the US antitrust authorities are taking the internet giant Amazon targeted. Accordingly, it is examined whether the Group is working in the cloud business anti-competitive.

Authorities have questioned software companies about practices surrounding the Amazon cloud unit Amazon Web Services (AWS). In cloud computing, one of the fastest growing areas of the technology industry, companies rent servers from Amazon instead of running their own data centers.

More: HPE has overslept the trend towards cloud computing – now the group wants to provide customers with more control over the infrastructure of Amazon and Microsoft.

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