Ubitus Inc. might not be a name that you are familiar with, but it might soon explode across the world as they are already a leader in cloud computing, with plans to roll out the first LTE cloud gaming service in the world, dubbing it the G Cloud. G Cloud will launch in October, but it seems as though Japan will be the first to enjoy such a service courtesy of NTT DoCoMo, so for the rest of the world, we will just have to sit tight and keep our fingers crossed that we too, will be able to experience cloud gaming sometime down the road just like how subscribers to Japan’s largest wireless provider will do so from next month onwards.
NTT DoCoMo will preload the G Cloud app on the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 LTE in addition to the waterproof Fujitsu Arrows Tab, and you can get your gaming fix right away upon launch. Among the genres available are MMORPGs and 3D-action games, and we’re quite sure that the majority of games will be multi-player intensive, considering the kind of data speeds which an LTE network supports.
You can also choose to take advantage of the free content or purchase “Play Tickets”, where the latter will obviously open up doors to far more entertainment than ever before.
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