At the GPU Technology Conference which took place this week, Global Telcos announced their new initiative called the GeForce NOW Alliance
. The GeForce NOW Alliance is a collaboration project between various telecommunications providers using optimized NVIDIA RTX Servers to expand and improve the cloud gaming experience globally. 5G network will soon be commercially available and will function properly in the near future, and the availability of 5G network along with the GeForce NOW Alliance the operators will get a turnkey solution to bring cloud gaming onto their networks. The development and the advancement that is taking place both in the areas of broadband and 5G mobile networks
help with delivering high-quality, low-latency PC gaming to nearly any device from the cloud. It also erases the previously meditative need for client downloads, frequent updates, and lower quality mobile versions. Newly optimized RTX servers for cloud gaming deliver cinematic-quality graphics enhanced by ray tracing and AI. Softbank Corp., of Japan, and LG U+, of Korea, have joined their forces together for deploying the optimized RTX Servers with NVIDIA-managed GeForce NOW software.
NVIDIA and SoftBank Corp. have worked together for a couple of years to pair our 5G network and the GeForce NOW platform in our 5GxIoT Studio. We will deliver GeForce NOW across our low-latency, high-speed and high-capacity mobile network. SoftBank Corp. is excited to lead 5G with the innovative service, GeForce NOW - Junichi Miyakawa, the representative director and CTO at SoftBank Corp
This will help with the expansion of the GeForce NOW so that it smoothly and completely incorporates with the current beta availability in North America and Europe.
We see cloud gaming as a new opportunity for LG U+ 5G and fiber networks, and with GeForce NOW we will once again revolutionize the market - Lee Sang-min, senior vice president of LG U+
GeForce NOW is currently in public beta on PC, Mac, and SHIELD TV.
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