Qualcomm and Gameloft sign agreement to deliver HD mobile games.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-March 2, 2011-Qualcomm and Gameloft sign agreement to deliver HD mobile games(C)1994-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Qualcomm Incorporated (Nasdaq:QCOM) has signed an agreement with Gameloft, a developer and publisher of digital and online video games, to deliver an enhanced mobile gaming experience for Gameloft game titles.
These include titles such as 'SpiderMan Total Mayhem HD', 'Real Football 2011 HD', 'GT Racing: Motor Academy HD' and 'Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus'. Financial details of the agreement, announced on Tuesday, were not available.
Qualcomm said that it has collaborated with Gameloft to optimise Gameloft's premier HD mobile games for Qualcomm's current and future generation Snapdragon processors, such as the MSM8x55 and dual-core MSM8x60.
Also, Gameloft has successfully worked with Qualcomm to leverage the Adreno GPU for games such as 'Assassin's Creed Altair's Chronicles'.
Now, under this new agreement, Qualcomm and Gameloft will look to expand this relationship across the growing Snapdragon family of processors to optimise Gameloft's premier games for Android-based devices, starting with the four titles and potentially expanding to others over the course of the year.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon dual-core CPU processors include two asynchronous CPU cores that will run at up to 1.5 GHz per core, embedded Adreno 220 GPU and advanced multimedia capabilities, including a high performance DSP for Dolby5.1, SRS and other surround sound technologies, Adobe Flash 10 hardware acceleration, video accelerators for full HD 1080p encode and decode and support to display the games on large screen TVs using standards interfaces such as HDMI.
Qualcomm is a provider of 3G and next-generation mobile technologies.
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|Date:||Mar 2, 2011|
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