Cloud Gaming USA Adds NVIDIA’s Phil Eisler to Speakers (VGI Bulletin)

Video Games Intelligence (VGI) announced today, Phil Eisler, General Manager, NVIDIA, will speak at Cloud Gaming USA, San Francisco, September 4-5, about the latest advances in game streaming technology.

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we are delighted to have pioneers NVIDIA take centre stage at this ground breaking event

San Francisco (PRWEB) July 09, 2014

NVIDIA sits at the forefront of video games streaming, with its GRID technology that offers the ability to run triple-A games in cloud servers and stream them to any device, anywhere.

Eisler says, “NVIDIA’s latest game streaming technology promises to make enjoying a video game as easy as streaming music or movies. Publishers and Operators should attend to learn how GRID technology will create an inflection point in video game distribution.”

Cloud Gaming USA, the first and largest industry event to deal with cloud design and distribution, gathers 250 senior leaders, from publishers, developers, cloud platforms and operators.

In addition to Eisler’s keynote note address, he also joins the ‘Platforms in the Cloud’ panel with senior leaders from Comcast and G-cluster, the panel is purpose built to inform publishers and developers on the latest technological advances in cloud gaming, alongside an in depth look at consumer demographics.

To see the detailed agenda and get the low down on what Eisler will be speaking about check out the website here: http://bit.ly/1rLleRL

Tom Pycraft, Event Director, Video Games Intelligence says: “This conference provides unrivalled insight on the future of cloud-based video gaming, we are delighted to have pioneers NVIDIA take centre stage at this ground breaking event.”

For more information contact Tom Pycraft: US Toll Free: 1800-814-3459 ext. 4321; tpycraft(at)vgintel(dot)com

About Cloud Gaming USA
The 4th Annual Cloud Gaming USA Summit brings 250 senior leaders from the largest publishers, studios, platforms and network operators to discuss the future of cloud game design and distribution. Historically every major publisher, console and platform has attended. Attendees benefit from two days of networking and informative sessions with leaders from Ubisoft, Activision Blizzard, Microsoft Studios, Capcom, AT&T, Comcast, Unity and Telltale Games.

About NVIDIA
Since 1993, NVIDIA has pioneered the art and science of visual computing. The company's technologies are transforming a world of displays into a world of interactive discovery -- for everyone from gamers to scientists, and consumers to enterprise customers. More information at http://nvidianews.nvidia.com and http://blogs.nvidia.com.


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