Amazon.com said Time Warner’s broadcast unit Turner had signed up for its Amazon Web Services (AWS), a notable contract win for the Seattle tech company as competition within the fast-growing cloud computing market intensifies. As part of the deal, Turner, the company behind CNN, TNT and several other cable channels, will be migrating “decades of content” and much of its computing operations to AWS, it said in a statement on Tuesday. The two companies did not say how much the deal was worth. In the past year, AWS grew by 42 per cent ...
Amazon signs Time Warner's Turner unit as cloud customer
As part of the deal, Turner will be migrating "decades of content" and much of its computing operations to AWS, a statement said
Reuters Last Updated at November 29, 2017 02:49 IST