Streamload: Super Low-cost Storage Creates a World of Options
Just one more example of the kinds of things that become possible is StreamLoad, an inexpensive subscription service that will store an unlimited amount of your digital media and only charge you for how much you or other people access. You can download 10 Gigabytes for $10 a month. That's pretty rad, and it opens up a lot of possibilities for back-up and sharing of audio, video and other types of files. The company has been running for 6 years and is today managing 400 Terabytes of customer data.
The CEO of the company was recently interviewed on IT Conversations and I've saved the link to that interview here.
Ubiquitous broadband and dirt cheap storage, combined with innovative products and online services are what Web 2.0 is all about. Who knows what the future will bring?
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