- News tagged "cloud computing"
Monday, 7 Jan 2013
NVIDIA has just announced details of its GRID platform that enables the graphical prowess of the Kepler GPU to be harnessed by cloud technology and delivered to remote locations without the need for high-end discrete graphics solutions.
Thursday, 18 Oct 2012
By leveraging on the cloud computing features of the Kepler GPU, NVIDIA has announced the VGX K2 graphics board that is touted to deliver workstation graphics capabilities to any device that is connected to the cloud service. The VGX K2 board features twin high-end Kepler GPUs and 8GB of video memory.
Monday, 15 Oct 2012
Cloud-based gaming service provider Gaikai has been sued by T5 Labs, another similar outfit that is based in the UK, for alleged patent infringement. T5 Labs has been in operations since 2007 but its supposedly infringed patent was only granted in June this year.
Thursday, 28 Jun 2012
Cisco Linksys announces three dual-band routers branded under the EA series. These app-enabled routers are also accompanied by the Cisco Cloud Connect platform and mobile app which enable users to access and configure their home network remotely via smartphones and tablets.
Monday, 25 Jun 2012
According to Fortune, cloud-based gaming company Gaikai is reportedly up for sale. The California-based startup has allegedly hired bankers for its pending sale and the company may be worth up to US$500 million. Read on to find out more about its lucrative sale.
Thursday, 8 Sep 2011
Playing games on your Android devices over a LTE network in Singapore may possibly happen as NTT Docomo unveils two LTE tablets preloaded with G Cloud in Japan.
Friday, 19 Aug 2011
NEC Corporation announced today its participation in OpenStack.
Friday, 8 Jul 2011
More small and medium enterprises are adopting Google Apps to reduce costs as well as to bridge productivity gaps using the cloud.
Monday, 28 Mar 2011
SingTel and VMWare today announced the launch of SingTel PowerON Compute enabled by VMware vCloud Datacenter Services.
Friday, 14 Jan 2011
A German researcher has claimed that he managed to make use of Amazon's EC2 cloud services to crack the passwords of Wi-Fi networks using brute force.