Cloud VR Network Solution

N/A | July 25, 2018

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Cloud VR is a new cloud computing technology for VR services. With fast and stable transport networks, VR content is stored and rendered in the cloud, and video and audio outputs are coded, compressed, and transmitted to user terminals. Local rendering requires expensive high-performance devices to provide acceptable user experience. With Cloud VR, users enjoy VR services without purchasing expensive hosts or high-end PCs, promoting VR service popularity.

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Dotsquares are leading implementers of Web App Solutions & Application Development Services. Dotsquares use technology to make your vision a reality on web and mobile. With 14+ years experience working with big and small organisations we are successful through our Agile methodology, trust and superior communication skills. Our 600+ resources are scalable and flexible to meet client needs NOW. We don't use salespeople, rather we rely on our reputation for timeliness and quality to drive the business.

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