Google and Amazon announce $50M deal to stream video content in exchange for hardware and cloud servers

By Alexey ZemlianichenkoPublished Mar 04, 2018 09:42:21A $50 million deal has been announced between Google and hardware and software reseller CCCam, which will stream video from its servers.

The deal will be announced Wednesday, but the exact details of the deal have not been revealed.CCCam also said that it will stream over 300 hours of original content from the company’s streaming service CCCamp, and that it plans to sell its cloud computing services to Amazon.

Amazon has been rumored to be interested in the streaming service, which could include Amazon Prime Video.

The two companies have worked together before, but there are no details on how that might work.

Amazon and Google will work together to stream more than 30 hours of programming each week from the CCCams, which are connected to Amazon’s Prime Video service.

CCCamps servers will be powered by Amazon’s own Cloud Player and Amazon Web Services.

CACam’s servers will run on Amazon’s Azure cloud service, Amazon says.

CCAams also offers a cloud-based platform called CCAamp that can stream over 1,000 hours of content each week.

The deal comes as Amazon and CCCAM both work to push the streaming video services to new territories.

In August, Amazon and Netflix signed a deal to bring its Prime Video to the U.K. and Spain.

CECamp will also begin streaming content from its own Prime Video platform.