NVIDIA Relaunches Cloud Gaming

NVIDIA announces their GRID cloud gaming service is now known as GeForce NOW, claiming this is the first to offer 1080p, 60 FPS gaming over the internet. Word is: "GeForce NOW is your game library in the sky. See all the titles we offer from a game series at a glance — like the LEGO collection or the Batman Arkham series — for binge gaming. Use voice search to find your favorite games. Search through games by category. Or quickly browse the latest and most popular games." Here's more:
Next-Gen Quality

GeForce NOW is the first cloud-gaming service to stream at full high-definition 1080p quality and at 60 frames per second. Membership costs just $7.99 a month with the first three months free. GeForce NOW arrives on Oct. 1 in North America, the European Union and Japan with more than 50 popular games included. And it offers members the option to buy and play many more in an instant.

Get the Latest GeForce Gaming Technology with a Single Click

GeForce NOW is all about instant gratification. But it took us a decade to invent the technology behind the service that streams GeForce GTX-quality graphics to SHIELD devices.

GeForce NOW is a service designed, built and operated all by NVIDIA. We’ve optimized every piece of the technology behind GeForce NOW for gaming. That includes the low-latency game controller we built for SHIELD. The Tegra processors we built for our SHIELD devices. The advanced game engine we built into our GeForce GTX-powered servers.

So you’ll enjoy games at their best. You’ll enjoy GameWorks enhancements for special effects. And your experience will get better every year as we build more powerful GPUs and gaming technologies into GeForce NOW.

Think of GeForce NOW as your gaming supercomputer in the cloud. Next-gen gaming is now easy and instant.
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Murder She Wrote wrote on Oct 1, 2015, 20:03:
They don't have a viable mobile SoC.

This, I think more than anything, is what is going to kill AMD in the long run. Right now, they've got some money rolling in from being an OEM supplier to Sony and Microsoft but that's not going to last forever. Intel is investing billions in mobile/embedded/micro technology, Nvidia is doing the same (and their new Tegra X1 looks pretty decent), ARM is currently the king with no end in sight to their reign, Samsung is plowing billions in to their SoCs and let's not forget Qualcomm, whom may be currently on the ropes but is not out yet. AMD, on the other hand, is waving their hands and saying "Guys? Guys! Check out our APUs!" APUs are all well and good but when I can't hold your entire system including proc, memory, storage, video, and networking (both physical and wireless) in the palm of my hand then it's utterly useless for the direction the market is trending.

Unless Samsung sees some value in the patents or manufacturing that AMD holds that no one else does, I don't think Samsung is likely to purchase what is largely a sinking ship. Why bother? They have their own massive R&D, they're a household name in everything from SSDs, to displays and on down the line to refrigerators.
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