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Verizon partners with Hi-Rez Studios on 5G mobile gaming 

Verizon 5G customers can download the developer's latest game at 'super-fast speeds' on a mobile device Verizon announced a 5G connectivity collaboration with Hi-Rez Studios that involves the game developer’s new game Rogue Company Elite. The pair are tapping into the carrier’s mmWave and C-band...

‘It’s the network that matters, not the device’: now.gg CEO on cloud gaming

In a blog post, mobile cloud provider now.gg referenced a 2020 IDC report to claim that 60-70% of phones worldwide aren’t suited for gaming. The company uses this to support the idea that if a gamer uses the hybrid cloud to run a game,...

Verizon Q&A: ‘Is gaming the consumer thing for 5G? There’s lots of things’

'When we started the 5G labs and started bringing in independent game developers,' said Verizon Lab's director, 'no one was ready for it' Gaming is often touted as the "killer" consumer use case for 5G and for cloud computing, but is that really the case?...

‘Let’s collaborate’: Verizon announces 5G, MEC partnerships at gaming expo

For the first time, Verizon gave the keynote address at E3, one of the biggest gaming expos in the world Advanced technologies like 5G and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) are making it possible to take graphic-heavy AAA games and online multiplayer games on the go,...

Singtel, SK Telecom test interconnected 5G MEC with cloud gaming demo

In 2021, cloud gaming revenue is expected to be over $1 billion for the first time Bridge Alliance, which is made up of operators and their customers in the Asia Pacific, the Middle East and Africa, announced that two alliance members, SK Telecom and SingTel, have successfully completed the...

5G and MEC let Super Bowl fans join in on the game from their phones

Verizon's MEC platform moves AWS compute and storage services to the edge of the network Days before this year’s Super Bowl at Miami’s Raymond James Stadium, Verizon Vice President of Device Technology Brian Mecum told RCR Wireless News that fans will have access to a...

Cloud gaming to surpass $1 billion in revenue for first time, according to some estimates

The growth of cloud gaming can be attributed to 5G technology 2021 is expected to be a big year for cloud gaming, with the current revenue outlook coming in at over $1 billion for the first time, about double what it was raking in last...

Ericsson: ‘Cloud gaming represents the full potential of 5G’

Of the 106 CSPs with 5G services, 22 have announced mobile cloud gaming services, reports Ericsson The November Ericsson Mobility Report included a dedicated mobile gaming section, where it explored the new business opportunities emerging in this space as a result of 5G and cloud...

Casual, mobile gamers have the most to gain from 5G, cloud computing

While 5G and cloud might not solve massive online multiplayer issues, that isn't necessarily the target In early November, RCR Wireless News spoke with Subspace’s CEO and Founder Bayan Towfiq who argued that when it comes to online multiplayer games, 5G and edge computing might not...

LiDAR in the iPhone 12: What is it and what does it mean for augmented reality?

Head of Verizon's XR Lab: 'Apple's use of LiDAR in the iPhone 12 Pro is a huge step in augmented reality' Apple forever changed the course of 5G last week when it announced the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone Pro Max and iPhone 12...

Two mobile gaming trends and how operators can ‘play the game’

The global mobile gaming market is expected to reach $165.9 billion in 2020 Mobile games make up the majority of the gaming market, according to a study by DCI, which reported that 51% of global gaming revenue comes from mobile gaming, followed by console games...

SK Telecom and Microsoft launch cloud gaming service

SK Telecom hopes to secure 100,000 users on the cloud gaming service by the end of this year The cloud gaming platform born from a collaboration between SK Telecom and Microsoft has officially launched. SK's cloud gaming service, called 5GX Cloud Game service, is powered...

Changing the game: Beeline launches 5G pilot network that highlights the future of gaming

Those testing out the 5G pilot network will do so by playing a virtual reality or online game Russian mobile operator Beeline has launched what it believes will be its first long-running 5G pilot network in St. Petersburg, Russia with general availability for consumers. Located...

Well, technically… enterprise XR will lead to mass usage: Leilani DeLeon, My Legacy (Ep. 5)

On this episode of Well, technically... the tech podcast where women do the explaining, former Qualcomm Director of Product Marketing, Mobile Gaming and XR Technologies Leilani DeLeon talks XR and mobile gaming trends, as well as how her new company My Legacy is using the latest technology to build and preserve family histories.

SK Telecom and Microsoft expand cloud gaming preview in Korea

 SK Telecom: '5G cloud gaming will shift the paradigm in the video game industry' In September, SK Telecom was named Microsoft’s “exclusive operating partner” for its cloud gaming service, xCloud, in Korea, which established a partnership to deliver the streaming service to South Korea over...

Verizon to offer 5G network edge computing with AWS Wavelength

With 5G edge computing, latency can be further reduced Yesterday at AWS re:Invent, Amazon Web Services and Verizon announced a 5G edge computing partnership that will bring the power of the cloud closer to mobile and connected devices at the edge of Verizon’s 5G Ultra...

MNOs seek foothold in cloud gaming

When combined with the rollout of 5G, cloud gaming is transforming the global gaming ecosystem According to a report conducted by EY, cloud-based streaming is poised to be the next major video gaming disruptor, and when combined with the rollout of technologies such as 5G,...

Cisco: Cloud gaming is a ‘killer use case’ for 5G

2021 will see a 57% compound annual growth rate for gaming traffic on the Internet, according to Cisco report From Cisco’s point of view, developing cloud gaming is about the 5G network architecture, Cisco’s Lead Global Systems Architect 5G Ron Malenfant told RCR Wireless News....

China’s rapid rollout of 5G heightens cloud gaming competition

Chinese 5G cloud gaming is particularly tied to the mobile industry As part of the ongoing race towards 5G, China’s three state-owned wireless carriers – China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom – debuted 5G mobile services last week in what is being called the largest 5G...

Singapore’s first 5G cloud gaming trial set to begin

Studies show that Singaporeans are the most frequent gamers in Asia Considered the next frontier for the gaming industry, 5G cloud gaming, with its combination of high bandwidth and low latency, will allow users to stream high-resolution, graphics-rich games to mobile devices from the cloud....

Vodafone, Ubitus to launch 5G cloud gaming service in Italy

Italy's 26.2 million gamers spent $2 billion on gaming software alone in 2018 Ubitus Inc. and Vodafone are working together to launch GameNow, a new 5G cloud gaming service exclusively to Vodafone Italy customers. The gaming service, based on Ubitus' GameCloud technologies and developed on...

Vodafone joins up with Microsoft for 4G, 5G mobile gaming

Forecasts show that the value of the U.K.'s mobile gaming industry will reach nearly $2 billion by 2023 Vodafone and Microsoft have entered a technical partnership focused on optimizing mobile gaming technology in the U.K. As part of the arrangement, Vodafone customers will have the...

Qualcomm, Tencent collaborate to power cloud gaming with 5G

Cloud gaming remains hindered by its dependence on reliable, fast connectivity Last week, Qualcomm Wireless Communications Technologies (China) Limited, a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated, announced its cooperation with Tencent Games, China’s largest gaming company, to develop high-quality games that can be experienced by consumers across...

Qualcomm adds gaming, 5G, other enhancements with Snapdragon 855+ mobile platform

ASUS taps Snapdragon 855+ for updated gaming phone Qualcomm's premium-tier Snapdragon 855 mobile platform, equipped with the company's X50 5G modem, just got an upgrade to better support mobile gaming, extended reality, artificial intelligence and other 5G experiences, according to the company. Announced July 15,...

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