All Quiet On The Cloud Front: Amazon Remains Silent On AWS Q2 Earnings

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AWS recently introducing security features that give customers "more granular security controls over their AWS deployments, applications and sensitive data," according to a company press release about its earnings report.

The company also cut prices again on Amazon EC2 Dedicated virtual servers -- or instances -- running on hardware dedicated to a single customer's cloud.

Looking forward, Amazon expects to grow operating revenue of between $15.45 billion and $17.15 billion in the third quarter, an increase of 12 to 24 percent, compared to the same time last year. The company anticipates an operating loss between $65 million and $440 million.


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