【 Los Angeles June 5th 2012 】Ubitus Inc., the technology leader that enables interactive rich media cloud services, will demonstrate its leading GameCloud® technology at E3 2012, from June 5 to June 7, at Los Angeles Convention Center, California.
Ubitus officially introduced G CLOUD, the LTE cloud gaming service, in October 2011. It delivered the world’s first commercial cloud-based MMO games to NTT DOCOMO subscribers and quickly reached half-a-million users within a few months. In 2012 Ubitus is keeping its aim of launching the highest quality gaming experiences over cloud throughout Asian countries, including China and South Korea, to any screen on any devices, such as smartphones, tablets, connected TVs, STB and PCs.
Previously game developers and publishers have met barriers when entering into some specific markets due to local regulations and market specialties. In corporation with Ubitus and its cloud technology, they can now access wider market and bigger user base with much less cost and effort to increase competitiveness from others.
“This year Ubitus will change the industry’s perspectives on cloud gaming. We will deliver more popular, diversified game titles working with our game partners in E3 in response to the keen demand from Asian gamers,” said Wesley Kuo, CEO at Ubitus, “We believe 2012 will be a prosperous year for both our partners and Ubitus. We will all have great fun over cloud.”
Ubitus GameCloud® Technology specializes in rendering games requiring graphics computing on the server cloud into streaming videos. Without any download or installation, end users can instantly access the high quality cloud-based games by the pre-bundled interface. Coupled with NVIDIA GeForce® Grid™ technology and Kepler GPU architecture, the next-gen GameCloud® is capable of substantially increasing game concurrency and reducing power consumption and GPU usage.
Ubitus Inc., the technology leader in deploying Cloud-enabled rich media services, offers innovative cloud computing solutions for device manufacturers, wired/wireless communication service providers, telecommunication operators and digital content developers. Founded in 2007 and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, the company now has 150 employees and 5 local offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Guangzhou and Nanjing