Nvidia brings gaming, yet again, a step forward, with a recent technology they presented which allows a graphic processing unit to be deployed in servers and so be shared to multiple computer users via the cloud providing the same processing power of a desktop PC with the same chipset.
The chipset which will be capable of performing such a feat is the Kepler-based GPU, which can be found in the latest GeForce 600 series. The Nvidia's VGX platform is the software which connects to the cloud making devices uncapable of running sophisticated graphics like smartphones and tablets desktop-PC-like gaming compatible.
Dubbed the GeForce Grid platform, cloud gaming will take the latest games to multiple different devices, including even TVs. The effort was born via a partnership between Nvidia and cloud gaming companies Gaikai, Playcast and Ubitus.