The cloud company Google is expanding its cloud computing offerings to offer cheaper cloud services for businesses and small businesses.
The news comes as Amazon has expanded its cloud services offering, adding the option of paying a monthly subscription for unlimited access to its AWS platform, along with other services like video streaming, photo editing, and video conferencing.
The announcement comes as a result of a partnership between Amazon and cloud-hosting provider HyperX.
Amazon is offering customers $30 monthly subscriptions for unlimited AWS access, according to a statement from HyperX released on Tuesday.
HyperX is the parent company of Amazon Web Services and Amazon Web Service, which are the largest cloud services providers in the United States.
Amazon is also expanding its offering of cloud services to customers in Canada.
Cloud X, the new offering, is now available in the U.S., and the company says that “all customers will be able to access their Cloud X product and services through the new Cloud X portal,” with no subscription required.
The $30 per month plan will be available in Canada and the U-K., and Amazon is rolling out Cloud X across other countries in 2018, including the U, UK, Germany, France, Australia, and Singapore.
The company says it will also be rolling out an international version of Cloud X starting in 2019.
The new service will cost $99 per month, or $30 more than the $30 Amazon has offered in the past.
Customers can sign up at the HyperX website.
The Cloud X platform will be made available for free in all markets where HyperX operates, and customers will receive a credit card statement to access the service.
Cloud X also has a partnership with Lionheart, which will allow customers to connect to the cloud and use Amazon Web Sockets (AWS) to access its services.
Amazon has made the same move to the Cloud X network as it did with LionHeart.