Ubitus Inc., the leading cloud computing company, has announced the launch of world's first commercial mobile cloud gaming service, G CLOUD, with NHN Japan Corporation. Ubitus' GameCloud technology is preloaded into NTT DOCOMO, INC.'s LTE Android tablets, which are planned to be launched nationwide in Japan in October 2011 or shortly after. This alliance will bring in series of joint promotion campaigns starting September. As the flagship application of LTE service "Xi™", G CLOUD will be pre-installed on two new tablet devices from DOCOMO, Samsung GALAXY Tab 10.1 LTE SC-01D and Fujitsu ARROWS Tab F-01D. Users can instantly experience various popular high-quality game titles, including online MMORPG and 3D action games from major providers, through a freemium model or a purchase of "Play Ticket". Additional titles will be continuously released in the coming months. "The synergy among Ubitus, DOCOMO, and NHN Japan has taken cloud gaming to a new level, also introduced an innovative business model for the gaming and telecommunication industries," said Wesley Kuo, the CEO of Ubitus. Ubitus GameCloud Technology specializes in rendering games that require graphics computing on the server cloud and processes gaming media into streaming video. Its patent pending streaming technologies allow mobile devices with a thin client to interactively control games remotely through a dynamically-rendered interface. Users can enjoy variety of games on their mobile devices and extend their gaming experiences whenever and wherever.
Source: IT VAR News