S-Cloud, Samsung's answer to iCloud delayed
Apple has accused Samsung many times of copying its products and the two are still figthing in an epic saga across continents over patents, but one thing where copying might be more of a good thing than a bad decision is the cloud. Samsung’s S-Cloud is expected to be the answer to Apple’s iCloud, allowing Samsung to make better use of cloud computing on its devices.
But now the S-Cloud has been delayed as SDS, the company that had to build it, is said to have had difficulties deploying the cloud. Actually, its whole work was dubbed “unsuitable.”
And now Samsung has been forced to pick a different partner. KT, a company known for providing cloud services in Korean, and Amazon are hinted to be the new partners of Samsung in that effort. Of course, deploying the cloud across Samsung’s vast range of devices is no easy task, but the company may launch the S-Cloud by August if everything goes as planned.