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GDC: Google enthüllt Cloud Gaming Service “Stadia”


#Google #Stadia #CloudGamingService #CloudGaming #GameStreaming GDC: Google enthüllt Cloud Gaming Service "Stadia" - PhantaNews


Wie bereits von Etlichen erwartet, enthüllte Internetgigant Google auf der Game Developer's Conference in San Francisco gestern sein geheimnisumwobenes neues Projekt: Einen Cloudgamingservice mit dem Namen "Stadia".


 

Google Stadia uses a custom AMD chip to offer 10.7 teraflops of cloud gaming power


The beauty of a cloud gaming service is two-fold: 1) you can theoretically play any game, anywhere you’ve got a good enough internet connection to stream it over the net, and 2) even if you’re playing it on a wimpy smartphone, you can harness the power of a beefy server located in a data center.

But what kind of server matters a whole heck of a lot when it comes to graphical fidelity and keeping the service affordable, given how many players may be using those servers at a given time — and it turns out that Google’s just-announced Stadia cloud gaming service may have struck a balance between power and price by partnering with AMD for a new custom piece of silicon.

According to Google, each Stadia server will contain a custom x86 processor running at 2.7GHz, 16GB of RAM, and most importantly a custom AMD GPU capable of 10.7 teraflops of performance. (They’re running Linux, not Windows, which may matter when Google tries to attract game developers.)

Which is all fine but why do I suspect the Internet link may be a bottleneck and we do... show more


 
Google Stadia uses a custom AMD chip to offer 10.7 teraflops of cloud gaming power

The beauty of a cloud gaming service is two-fold: 1) you can theoretically play any game, anywhere you’ve got a good enough internet connection to stream it over the net, and 2) even if you’re playing it on a wimpy smartphone, you can harness the power of a beefy server located in a data center.

But what kind of server matters a whole heck of a lot when it comes to graphical fidelity and keeping the service affordable, given how many players may be using those servers at a given time — and it turns out that Google’s just-announced Stadia cloud gaming service may have struck a balance between power and price by partnering with AMD for a new custom piece of silicon.

According to Google, each Stadia server will contain a custom x86 processor running at 2.7GHz, 16GB of RAM, and most importantly a custom AMD GPU capable of 10.7 teraflops of performance. (They’re running Linux, not Windows, which may matter when Google tries to attract game... show more


 
Meine großen #Gaming Zeiten sind mittlerweile vorbei und ich weiß auch noch nicht so ganz was ich davon halten soll, dass Google in den #Spiele Markt einsteigen will. Generell finde ich Game-Streaming aber eine spannende Sache.


 
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