NVIDIA GRID Service now provides broadcast games at 1080p

NVIDIA GRID Service now provides broadcast games at 1080p

At a recent conference, the head of the quarterly reporting the NVIDIA explained that the broadcasting of games from the “cloud” – is one way to make a spectacular game more accessible to the general population, who are not willing to spend hundreds of dollars on a productive desktop system. Tools NVIDIA GRID just means broadcast games from the special terminal servers, devices running Google Android – their NVIDIA offers family SHIELD.

This week, the company made another step on the approximation of entertainment “cloud” gaming to the “fixed” – as reported in the official blog by the end of this month, users NVIDIA GRID will be available the opportunity to play in the broadcast with a resolution Full HD (1080p) and refresh rate 60 pieces per second. Previously, the service provides only 720p resolution at a constant refresh rate. Support for broadcast 1080p resolution provides more than 35 games from the catalog GRID. However, high-resolution raises and the bandwidth requirements of the Internet channel: not less than 30 Mbit / s, and it is better to 50 Mbit / s.

NVIDIA now operates six data centers that serve customers’ needs GRID, who live in more than 20 countries around the world. Recently launched a new server GRID in the southwest United States. Preparing for commissioning server GRID in central Europe. The proximity server reduces delays in processing requests and improve response in the games on the actions of users.

NVIDIA GRID Service now provides broadcast games at 1080p updated: May 13, 2015 author: John Malkovich