Can the truck deliver data faster than high speed Internet?

Can the truck deliver data faster than high speed Internet? Amazon believe that Yes, if a lot of data. And offered at the annual conference for clients in Las Vegas unusual way of transferring large amounts of data from data centers in the cloud with Amazon Web Services (AWS).
During the presentation in the hall of the Sands Expo & Convention Center there was a huge Hauler with a trailer. The trailer, which the company called Snowmobile, shape and size resembles a cargo container and is a data store 100 petabytes (1 petabyte is 1 million gigabytes).
Amounts of information in databases of companies in recent times are measured not in terabytes, but in petabytes and even exabytes (1 billion gigabytes) and transfer them to cloud storage began to demand more time. Lightning fast speeds however in Amazon is not promised. Ten trucks with Snowmobile will be able to carry one exabyte of data from local to cloud storage in a little less than six months. According to the estimates of the same amount of data with high-speed Internet will be transmitted for approximately 26 years. The possibility of a relatively fast data transfer with Snowmobile and Snowball can attract customers to Amazon's cloud services. However, Jesse recognizes that most companies will many more years to use hybrid mode with cloud storage. So Amazon recently announced a partnership with VMware's customers, the latter will be able to take advantage of AWS services without transferring the data from their data centers.

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Angry Dem Impeachment ‘Witness’: Pam Karlan Donated Thousands To Hillary And Was On Clinton’s List For Potential SCOTUS Nomination

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The House Judiciary Committee, chaired by Rep. Jerrold Nadler, kicked off its first impeachment circus Wednesday morning.

The four ‘witnesses’ testifying have never actually witnessed any of Trump’s dealings with Ukraine firsthand — the four witnesses are law professors offering legal analysis.

One of the witnesses the Dems rolled out is an angry Hillary Clinton donor who was on Crooked’s list for a potential Supreme Court nomination.

No wonder why this unhinged, dowdy woman is so pissed off!

“Professor Pam Karlan donated thousands of dollars to Democrats and was on Hillary Clinton’s list for a potential Supreme Court nomination. So she certainly has no vendetta against President Trump,” GOP Rep. Mark Walker said.

Congressman Walker also pointed out that Noah Feldman, the Dems first partisan witness in Wednesday’s hearing tweeted about impeaching Trump right after he was sworn in.

Rep. Mark Walker   RepMarkWalker

Meet Noah Feldman, House Democrats first partisan witness.

Look at the date of this tweet. He has been trying to get @realDonaldTrump impeached since 46 days into his presidency.

His reason? Trump criticized President Obama.

This is a sham impeachment with sham witnesses. https://twitter.com/NoahRFeldman/status/839185127494254592 

Noah Feldman @NoahRFeldman

Trump's wiretap tweets raise risk of impeachment http://bv.ms/2mY1ueX  via @BV

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The next witness, Karlan, has donated thousands to Democrats and was on Hillary Clinton’s list for a potential Supreme Court nomination.

So she certainly has no vendetta against @realDonaldTrump.

These witnesses are as serious as House Democrats impeachment case: not at all.

The entire sham show trial is stacked with partisan hacks who have wanted to impeach Trump from the moment he won in November of 2016.

Norm Eisen, the Democrats’ counsel who is blasting Trump and questioning witnesses in Wednesday’s show trial, tweeted about impeaching Trump before Donald Trump was even sworn into office!

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