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Ubitus to introduce cloud gaming services on Google TV

Monday 7 January 2013 | 08:08 CET | News

Cloud computing platform provider Ubitus plans to launch cloud gaming services on Google TV. By optimizing for the Google TV platform to achieve low latency cloud gaming mode, Ubitus can enable OEMs to offer OTT cloud gaming services to its customers.

Additionally, smart TVs and STBs running on the combined service will allow users to access cloud gaming services. Users will be able to instantly access a rich library of AAA and MMO titles on TV screens without buying them all at once. Users will be able to connect with friends from multiple locations with different devices to play the same game.  This brings far more fun and convenience than previous scenario where all of the players must be using PCs with high CPU & GPU in order to connect to each other and enjoy the same game.

Ubitus will do live demonstrations of its cloud gaming service on the Google TV platform during CES.


Categories: Internet
Companies: Google / Ubitus
Countries: World
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