The cloud infrastructure market is officially seeing a price war. A day after Amazon (AMZN) cut...
Thursday, November 29, 2012, 3:14 PM ETThe cloud infrastructure market is officially seeing a price war. A day after Amazon (AMZN) cut prices by 24%-27% for its popular S3 storage service, Google (GOOG) is cutting prices for its storage offering for the second time this week: between today's drop and Monday's, Google has slashed prices by over 30%. Google and Amazon probably have the scale and cost structures needed to handle a price war, but Rackspace (RAX), which has already said it won't compete on price, could be in a tougher spot. Will Microsoft cut prices next?
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