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Today Amazon Web Services launched the beta version of its pay-as-you-go content delivery network service, CloudFront. But the simple service isn’t everything a video shop could want — there’s no streaming, live broadcasting or transcoding, and a low level of customer service. See the GigaOM story […]

Today Amazon Web Services launched the beta version of its pay-as-you-go content delivery network service, CloudFront. But the simple service isn’t everything a video shop could want — there’s no streaming, live broadcasting or transcoding, and a low level of customer service. See the GigaOM story and also the discussion in its comments here.

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