Dish Stock Is Trading Higher As It Selects Cloud Provider AWS For 5G NetworkDISH Network Corp (NASDAQ: DISH) chose Amazon Web Services, Inc.Dish will launch its 5G network in Las Vegas in the third quarter, as per the Financial Times report. Inc's (NASDAQ: TMUS) 4G services network.It has planned to incur $8 billion to $10 billion on its 5G network build up. The company has also expended $25 billion on the spectrum. population to the 5G network by June next year.Amazon won the Dish deal by beating the likes of Microsoft Corp (NASDAQ: MSFT) and Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) Google, Ergen said. technology companies in the past two years following the shift in telecom functions to the cloud.Amazon's upcoming CEO Andy Jassy expected more telecom companies to follow Dish's example over the coming years to focus their limited resources on network expansion and customer services instead of in house data centers. The "expensive and slower" current network architecture drove the 5G shift added Jassy.Amazon failed to enter the mobile handset market and is estimated to launch its wireless brand recently.Amazon aimed to partner with the telecoms industry via AWS, as 5G and edge computing drove the need for processing power across the mobile network, according to Jassy. Inc.Price action: DISH shares traded higher by 8.59% at $40.06 on the last check Wednesday. Amazon and Google beat out Microsoft, Oracle and IBM in the tender for the four phase project known as "Nimbus", the Finance Ministry said on Wednesday. 18 and anticipates the procedure could last about two weeks, according to a court filing. Investors would receive $14.4 billion $7 billion in cash and the rest through the issuance of new securities. Exiting that legal fight could help the island rebuild its stagnant economy, create jobs and reverse or stall its population decline. and MBIA Inc.'s National Public Finance Guarantee Corp. and competing bondholders, including Aurelius Capital Management, BlackRock? Financial Management Inc. Shares of Netflix slumped 7.4% after the world largest streaming service said slower production of TV shows and movies during the pandemic hurt subscriber growth in the first quarter. But stocks rallied throughout the day, building steam as the tech heavy Nasdaq Composite Index overtook the S 500 in percentage gain shortly before the close.

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