The B2B Cloud Gaming Service will enhance the AAA gaming experience – high-budget, high-profile games that are typically produced and distributed by large publishers.
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has announced the launch of its
offering. The service will be offered through Tech Mahindra’s cloud-based platform powered by
. The collaboration will help telecom providers, cable companies, and OEMs offer another value-added service, which leverages the capabilities of their networks and, creates an additional revenue stream.
service is expected to improve end consumer access to
by eliminating the need for expensive gaming consoles and high-speed internet connections to access popular compute-intensive games.
The B2B Cloud Gaming Service will enhance the AAA gaming experience – high-budget, high-profile games that are typically produced and distributed by large publishers. This will be achieved through a 5G-powered low latency gaming service as a plug and play solution with a library of over 150 AAA games stored in the cloud that can be accessed on any device, and processed on the edge.
Manish Vyas, President, Communications, Media & Entertainment and CEO, Network Services, said, “The gaming industry has seen a spike in its users post the Covid era, leading to increased interests and opportunities for the industry to grow. The evolution of 5G with its inherent low latency will play a pivotal role in the adoption of experiences in the
and cloud gaming. We look forward to delivering
of cloud gaming with Ludium Lab, thereby delivering tomorrow’s experience today to our enterprise customers.”
Until now, many gaming businesses have been unable to invest the necessary time and capital into developing such solutions as their commercial focus has been on game development itself. This partnership will improve accessibility for both businesses and consumers by leveraging Tech Mahindra’s extensive expertise in the 5G, video, and cloud engineering space, earned by working with top global media and entertainment companies, cloud service providers, and mobile operators.