Tuesday, 6 November 2012
Ubitus Will Showcase a Total Cloud Gaming Solution at G-Star 2012 in South Korea
Taipei, Taiwan based Ubitus, which dabbles in technology for cloud gaming solutions, announced its participation at the G-Star 2012 annual trade show for the computer and video games industry in Busan, South Korea, to show off the latest streaming gaming solutions across mobile devices, STBs and Smart TVs. The demonstration will be available at J33, New Exhibition Hall of BEXCO. Visitors can try a series of hot game titles over the cloud during open hours of B2B exhibition, from 10am to 6pm, November 8th to November 10th.
Ubitus is providing on-demand cloud gaming services on multiple devices in two continents, North America and Asia. The successful service deployment and commercialization, including GameNow on Verizon, C-games on LG U+ and G CLOUD on NTT DOCOMO, have turned Ubitus into one of the biggest cloud gaming solution providers throughout the world. Its state-of-the-art streaming technology enables a powerful cloud gaming solution performance and a scalable business model to drive the brand-new market of cloud entertainment, together with top content providers, telcos and device manufacturers.
“It is exciting for Ubitus to exhibit its total cloud gaming solution publicly. Content providers will be amazed by the native-like gaming quality shown on smartphones, tablets, STBs, SmartTVs with the greatest concurrent users and lowest power consumption,” said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus. “By participating in G-Star 2012, we look forward to collaborate with content providers to offer a richer library of game titles on our flagship cloud gaming services worldwide.”
As it happened in the computer hardware industry with Taiwanese companies, it looks like it will also happen in the cloud gaming industry and Taiwan based cloud gaming companies like Ubitus will put up a serious challenge to established players from the US and elsewhere like OnLive, Sony's Gaikai, Playcast and G-cluster with their quality, price and scale.
Posted by John Anderson at 02:42