The Interconnected Edge Data Center Holds the Key to the Future Success of Cloud Gaming
The number of Big Tech and gaming companies have launched cloud gaming services in recent years. There are more than two billion gamers on the planet, but until cloud gaming arrived, there was no device-agnostic means available to access on-demand video game content.
While centralized cloud computing requires companies to store content in a limited number of locations, thus creating latency, edge computing enables the distribution of application processes at the edge of the network and as close to the cloud gaming end user as possible.
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