New Step from Nvidia
GeForce Now partnering up with global Telecoms
GeForce NOW wants to be global partners up with telecoms from around the world to achieve the best results.
For now, NVIDIA has chosen only partners outside the United States for this expansion. That’s why there is no new detail about partnership with US carriers.
NVIDIA has became a partner with AT&T for example. Earlier this year was a partnership to show the service that took place in July and runs on 5G mobile data.
Japan’s Softbank, Taiwan Mobile, South Korea’s LG U + and Russia’s Rostelecom were selected as official partners. Telefonica is also partnering with NVIDIA to provide proof of a future cloud game concept in Spain.
NVIDIA did not specify when service will start in global markets
GeForce NOW is expanding to global market networks.
Presumably access will begin this year. And when partners in their region are ready to bid on them, they can declare it.
Will Geforce Now be a big rival to Stadia ?
Here is an article about Stadia vs Geforce Now.
Some F.a.q about GeForce Now:
How much Space does GeForce Now take ?
The GeForce Now executable is only 54.6MB in size, though the final product consumes a hair over 2GB in total on my system. A Mac client is also available. Your network will probably be the biggest hurdle. GeForce Now requires a 25Mbps connection, and recommends 50Mbps or higher.
How much does GeForce Now cost ?
It allows owners of Nvidia’s game consoles to stream various PC games, as long as they had a low-latency connection. To make up for the server costs, GeForce Nowhas been a paid service – $7.99 a month. Starting today, GeForce Now is a free service.
What are the requirements for GeForce now?
The GeForce Now hardware requirements are really simple: If you’ve got an Intel Core i3 CPU at 3.1GHz, 4GB RAM, and a DX9 GPU, you’re set.