Xbox 720 to be revealed in June?
Microsoft has acquired Pando. What is that, you ask. Well, it’s a file transfer service between P2P users and could be related to the new Xbox console.
The original source is a foriegn website so the only thing we have is the Google Translate to rely on, and here’s what it reads.
“Fendo developed a file transfer service between P2P users, and made it the means of distribution based cloud service for games, video and software content giants, while active large file transfer service for consumers and businesses. The purchase was made in part to give Microsoft an advantage in sharing media files for the launch of the new Xbox gaming console is expected in June, and to compete with Sony, who revealed last month its future media console PlayStation 4. “
Yes a new Xbox expected in June. Does that mean a launch or a reveal? Because most rumours till now have been hinting at an April reveal for the game.
There’s more in that article though.
“More than 30 million users have installed the software Fendo File Transfer, which allows sending free files size up to 1 GB – SATA. The clients of Fendo one of American television network NBC Universal, which uses its own technology to deliver HD TV PC.
In recent years the gaming industry has become the biggest client of Fendo, thanks to technology that allows distribution of games with a volume of installation files over 1 GB – SATA. Its customers include Nexon, Riot Games, Turbine, Gala-Net and LevelUp.”
So there you go. There’s no need to take all these rumours seriously though.
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