Proximity = Low Latency
No matter the location of your end users, we have you covered through a data center for gaming. Leverage a network of 210+ strategically located data centers across five continents to stay closer to your users, delivering the highest quality online gaming experience. With nearly half of the gaming community located in the Asia-Pacific, you can leverage our 12 state-of-the-art data centers located in all the key data hubs across the fast-moving region.
Simplified Cloud Access
Cloud gaming, or Gaming-as-a-Service (GaaS), shapes the future of gaming. So it’s crucial to have a seamless cloud strategy without the headaches associated with the complexities of managing a multi-cloud environment. With ServiceFabric™ Connect, you can easily connect to all of your clouds through one connection while reducing costs and improving performance.
Land & Expand
We know the future of gaming will entail more data-intensive workloads, and you have to make sure your IT environment is ready to scale when necessary. Whether you need a single cabinet or multi-MW, we will future-proof your IT environment with an optimized data center for gaming. That way, you never have to re-architect your infrastructure.
With a robust ecosystem of carriers, cloud service providers, content delivery networks (CDNs), social networks, gaming accessory companies, device platforms, and payment/subscription/transaction companies - we connect you to all the key players in the gaming market. We're dedicated to bringing you closer to where you need to deliver products and services across the globe.
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The technologies around streaming, 5G, VR, and AR are transforming the gaming landscape.
The Transformative Impact of Cloud Computing on The Online Gaming Industry
As a data-heavy industry, online gaming has been propelled forward by cloud, connectivity and advanced technologies.
Technology Strategies That Online Gaming Providers Need to Differentiate Themselves
Online gaming has to keep up with advancements like augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and 5G.