Amazon S3 passes one trillion object mark

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Online storage facility has 142 objects for every person on the planet

Amazon's S3 cloud storage platform has now exceeded one trillion objects on its servers that, according to the Amazon Web Services blog, is equivalent to 142 objects for every person on the planet...

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