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AMD next-gen GPU runs Crysis on iPhone via cloud computing

Posted on Friday, September 11 2009 @ 17:15:24 CEST by


ARS Technica reports they saw a demonstration of OTOY's cloud gaming technology aboard the USS Hornet yesterday. OTOY used AMD's Radeon HD 5800 cards to get Crysis running on an iPhone:
AMD unveiled its next-generation GPU architecture at an event today aboard the USS Hornet—2.5 teraFLOPS of floating-point power, or well over twice the company's current high-end cards. The company also had hardware and software partners on-hand to demonstrate their own applications of AMD's technology, and one of these partners was OTOY. While AMD gave a number of very impressive demos of their next-generation DirectX 11 part (detailed technical discussion to follow later this month), OTOY's demo of Crysis running on an iPhone was probably the most profoundly intriguing use of AMD's upcoming GPU that I saw all evening.




 



 

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