Nvidia announced graphics-chip based cloud tech today, claiming to deliver fast gaming to almost any device.
"GeForce GRID represents a massive disruption in how games are delivered and played," said Phil Eisler, general manager of cloud gaming at Nvidia, in a statement.
The trick is to power the games remotely with brawny servers that tap into Nvidia's new Kepler graphics processing units (GPUs).
Each Kepler chip has 3,072 Nvidia "CUDA" processor cores and packs 4.7 teraflops (trillion floating point operations per second) of 3D shader performance. Shaders are instrumental in rendering realistic effects … Read more