MONTREAL – Edgegap is pleased to announce the signing of a new partnership with Nettention, a Korean-based subsidiary of game developer Pearl Abyss, which specializes in Netcode and game server middleware optimization. The partnership will allow Nettention’s ProudNet product to be available on Edgegap’s platform and seamlessly integrate into Arbitrium, making their Netcode available on Edgegap’s platform. This partnership will also allow Nettention to offer Edgegap’s multi-cloud edge computing server hosting platform in its portfolio of products while helping Edgegap grow its global footprint in Korea and the Eastern Asian marketplace. ProudNet’s Netcode will allow Edgegap’s customers to benefit from even lower latency. While Edgegap manages and orchestrates the infrastructure, ProudNet’s Netcode will integrate into the game to optimize the network flow. Both technologies will help accelerate market time by making it easy, simple and quick to develop multiplayer games to scale. Reducing lag globally requires it to be attacked from multiple angles. Edgegap focuses on OSI layers 1 to 3, while Nettention is from layers 4 and above. Together they provide the best, end-to-end solution which offers the lowest latencies in the market.
Mathieu Duperré, CEO & Founder of Edgegap, highlights the importance of this partnership ”It was essential for Edgegap to have a robust Netcode feature on our platform. It was a key client need and Nettention is a turnkey partner. We are ecstatic to work with them and look forward to collaborating with many more studios and developers in Eastern Asia.”
“We are happy to provide more convenient development solutions optimized for gameplay through collaboration with Edgegap,” says Nettention Chief Executive Office Chang Lee.
Nettenion is Korea’s most prominent game network engine developer that offers game server network coding software, ProudNet. Currently used by 250 games in 13 countries, ProudNet provides data communication for game server operations, proven server deployment performance and fast wire/wireless network conversions.
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