With the advent of the 5G era, cloud games are expected to become the outlet along with demand and pain points, but how will it develop and where text message service will it go? Let's take a look at the author's analysis. 1. Cloud gaming is on fire The 5G era is here, what will be the first killer application? Some say it's cloud gaming. On March 20, Google announced the launch of the cloud gaming platform Stadia in a high-profile manner, bringing cloud gaming to the forefront for a while. Prior to this, Microsoft also launched the Xcloud plan, which, like Google, will have a strategic layout in the field of cloud gaming. Looking back in history,
onlive , the first service provider that sang the concept of cloud gaming, started early in the morning, but did not even make it to the evening episode. After several text message service setbacks, it was finally acquired by Sony. At that time, the concept of cloud games was too "advanced", and the hardware and software conditions were not available. But now, the time seems to have come. The construction and commercial trial of 5G networks are in full swing all over the world. The 5G network with a speed higher than 100 times the 4G network and ultra-low latency seems to promote the comprehensive development and popularization of cloud games.
From the Mobile World Congress to the China International Digital Entertainment Industry Conference, to the stage of CJ, exhibitors have set up cloud gaming zones and announced their battle plans ambitiously: In the field of hardware, NVIDIA has launched a powerful text message service graphics card suitable for cloud terminals, making the cloudification of high-end games a reality. The company has cooperated with SoftBank to start deploying cloud game servers. In the field of communications, HUAWEI CLOUD announced eight gold medal services around cloud gaming, and operators such as China Telecom, China Unicom, and China Mobile (Migu) have also launched 5G cloud gaming solutions. In the Internet field, Tencent , known as the "China's No. 1 Game Empire" , demonstrated a number of cloud games on CJ. At the same time, according to "Three Voices", Tencent released three cloud game platforms in succession