【 Taipei — February 9, 2011 】2011—Ubitus today announced the successful integration of its GameCloud platform with the LTE environment as a part of Ericsson’s Innovation Ecosystem Program in Plano, Texas.
The live demonstration, which received great feedback from North America telecom operators, used an LTE dongle and LTE Wi-Fi access point. Ubitus’ GameCloud service is fully integrated with major operating systems such as iOS and Android on terminal devices including iPhone, iPad, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab.
"Ericsson is one of the largest suppliers of LTE infrastructures, so we are pleased to be able to work with such a strong partner to kick off a new era of mobile gaming services in North America and offer intriguing services to increase customer value with our joint efforts," said Wesley Kuo, CEO of Ubitus.
Ubitus GameCloud technology specializes in rendering games that require heavy graphics computing on the server cloud. GameCloud processes gaming media into streaming video. Its enhanced streaming protocol allows mobile devices with a thin client to interactively control the application/game remotely through a dynamically-rendered control user interface. In an LTE network, GameCloud can work smoothly with minimum latency so the users will have the consistent experience as playing native games on the device.
Ubitus will demonstrate GameCloud at CTIA Wireless 2011, from March 22 to 24 in Orlando, Florida at booth #3513 in the Taiwan Pavilion and will also present the live LTE network demonstration with Ericsson at their booth #2431.
To read about the latest collaborations with Ericsson at their Web site dedicated to the ecosystem of connected devices, please visit: www.ericsson.com/connections.
Ubitus, Inc. was founded in 2007 and has 100 employees with offices in Taipei, Beijing, Guangzhou, Tokyo, and Seoul. As an outstanding provider of software platforms for fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) applications, the company offers next-generation services, making use of cloud computing solutions, for device manufacturers, wireless/wired communication service providers, telecommunication network operators, and digital content providers. These services allow rich media to be enjoyed and shared on all kinds of devices, including PCs, IPTV, and mobile phones.