Ubitus shows off LTE cloud gaming chops

Shane McGlaun - Dec 24, 2010, 5:02am CST
Ubitus shows off LTE cloud gaming chops

With more and more LTE networks coming on line all around the world and bring with them blazing fast 4G data speeds there are a lot of gamers out there looking to play some video games using their new and speedy wireless connections. A company called Ubitus was on hand to show off its CloudGaming solution when NTT DOCOMO launched its latest LTE network recently.

The GameCloud solution allows all major terminal devices with the ability to stream video to play any games from PC games to online 3D games and games on social networks like Farmville. The speedy LTE network allows the user to enjoy dynamic and adjustable streaming rates and seamless user interaction.

GameCloud tech specializes in rendering games that require heavy graphic computing on the server cloud and processes the game media into streaming video. Streaming protocols used by the system allow mobile devices with a thin client to interactively control the game remotely through a dynamically rendered user interface. Ubitus promises minimal latency and processing time.

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