Approxy announced that it will showcase its instant cloud gaming technology at the Nordic Games booth during this weekend’s MCM London Comic Con.
I read an article recently about a new type of cloud tech in development that offloads processing to local machines, rather than to remote servers. I also heard that MS has had this tech in mind, and it relates to their inclusion of "wi-fi direct" in the box. So many different ways this could go. Can't wait to see how they leverage it. If they can process hundreds of AI, I'll be incredibly pleased.
"Lag-free Cloud technology", blah, blah, blah, prove it!
Dante... a pessimist? We'll now I really have seen everything!
pessimist? more like realistic. Unlike you're wannabe "happy-go-lucky" gullible @$$. I'll believe it when i see it. Til its been proven, they are just blowing smoke up our @$$.
My ass is smoke free. Cautious optimism be the name of the game. Debbie downerness be damned.
Yay! Go them!!! there you happy? is that happy cheery enough for you?
Id give it a 6.8/10. Good, not great.
I dont care if its lag free. At the end of the day the bottle neck will be your bandwidth. If you have crappy bandwidth you will not and can not take full advantage of Cloud technology. For now the Cloud is good for storing files and emails. Computation and gaming through cloud is still a challenge due to bandwidth.
Lag free and free of cheaters.... will there ever be such a thing one day! lol...
Talk is cheap bring it on!
Similar to "fixed wireless" it seems. Low bandwidth but very low and sustainable latency.
When the bandwidth exists for it then sure yeah it will be awesome. There are still many things they can do to improve latency of cloud game streaming and such. So it can only get better in the future. There is still a latency delay. Likely this tech reduces it a little, but it will still be there until it can be gone for good by a big bandwidth increase.
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