Parsec Partners with Microsoft Azure to Give Gaming Creators One-Click Remote Access for Building Real-Time 3D Applications
Game developers and studios can now deploy Parsec's low-latency, high-performance remote desktop solution anytime, anywhere through Microsoft Azure
NEW YORK, March 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Parsec today announced it is partnering with Microsoft to provide game creators building and using real-time 3D applications (RT3D) with one-click deployment of their industry-leading remote access technology through Azure.
Access to high-performance hardware has become a significant challenge for gaming developers working on RT3D projects. By providing easy access to Azure's cloud industry leading 60+ datacenter regions, Parsec is enabling teams of game builders across the globe to carry out their projects anytime, anywhere.
"From Day One, Parsec has been empowering tens of thousands of creators to build incredible projects regardless of work location and device," said Benjy Boxer, co-founder and General Manager, Parsec. "Our partnership with Azure now allows us to extend this experience to even more individuals across the globe—in just a few clicks."
The Parsec and Azure partnership gives game creators access to pre-configured high-performance virtual machines to anyone with an internet connection and any type of computing device. Key benefits and features of the Parsec and Microsoft Azure partnership include:
Teams can get started today in the Azure Marketplace, and game creators can now access one-click deployment of pre-configured Windows Virtual Machines (VMs) that connect to NVIDIA GPUs. This pre-built desktop image includes Microsoft Visual Studio, DirectX, and the Game Developer Kit, optimized for creating real-time 3D applications. Deployment is easy, with most teams up and running in under 5 minutes. Learn more about how to deploy here. And for the latest on Parsec, make sure to follow their blog here.
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