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Shadow wants to make game demos cool again with cloud computing


Shadow is introducing some new use cases for its cloud computing service at the Game Developers Conference. In particular, the company wants to partner with game publishers so that they can create virtual booths to showcase game demos.
While Shadow now offers several services, the company is better known for its cloud computing service for gamers and other people who need a powerful computer. Instead of running apps and games locally, users can boot up a Windows instance on a server in a data center near them.
The video feed is then streamed to their local device. Unlike traditional cloud gaming services, Shadow offers a full Windows instance, which means that you can install whatever you want. And if you live near a Shadow data center and you have a solid int …

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