Verizon Communications Joins Cloud Storage Market

By Channel Insider Staff
The service will become available in the U.S. and 16 countries beginning in July. It enters the market against a flock of competitors that include Amazon S3, Google's new Gdrive, Microsoft's SkyDrive, and a number of others.

Verizon Cloud Storage will use a pay-as-you-use scheme that scales on demand and can either augment traditional storage options, such as storage area networking and network-attached storage, or be used as a stand-alone solution, Crawford said.

This article was originally published on 2010-06-15