Amazon: Selling Books, DVDs and Databases?

Amazon: Selling Books, DVDs and Databases?
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 8 december 2008

Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of Amazon, has expanded its offerings to now allow users free access to their large repository of public information with data ranging from US Census findings to the mapping of the Human Genome.  The model provides researchers with the ability to modify and share these data sets while only paying for any computation or storage services they’ve utilized.

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