Intel updates software for Windows cloud gaming

Cloud gaming market could be approximately $13.3 billion by 2028.

Jon Peddie

Intel has expanded the capabilities of its Flex series GPU for data centers and the intelligent visual cloud, and now the Flex series GPU supports Windows cloud gaming. In addition, media studios are using the GPUs for high-density streaming, and digital content creators are utilizing them for real-time rendering with ray-tracing hardware acceleration. The company offers a cloud gaming reference stack for Windows to showcase the potential of the Flex series GPU in remote gaming. However, Intel’s marketing message seems mixed and fails to effectively communicate the benefits of the Flex series GPU, leaving the impression that the company is

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