Microsoft Finally Shows Us What The Power Of The Cloud Can Do
If you keep telling people that something is amazing but never actually show them why it’s amazing then the immediate assumption is that a) you’re a liar and b) it’s probably pretty awful in reality.
Enter Microsoft with their much-touted cloud services. Microsoft has thrown around statements about their Azure cloud servers such as them being able to triple your effective processing power on the Xbox One. Of course, out here in Africa it all means nothing to us because we’re not getting those shiny servers any time soon.
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Titanfall made use of the power of the cloud to offload some processing but Microsoft has released a tech demo giving us a better idea of what the cloud can do.
Captured from an archived livestream of Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference this footage doesn’t really translate to what the Xbox One is capable of as it was running on PC hardware but it certainly gives you an idea of the possibilities.