Gaikai teams up with Bigfoot Networks for better PC game streaming

By John Callaham, Tuesday, 5 April 2011 15:48 GMT

Cloud gaming firm Gaikai’s announced an agreement with PC hardware company Bigfoot Networks that will allow Bigfoot’s products, which include gaming-oriented PC networking cards and Wi-FI adapters for notebooks, to work with Gaikai’s servers. When a Bigfoot Networks PC goes to a Gaikai-powered website, it “automatically recognizes the Gaikai service, delivering an unmatched cloud gaming experience.”

Gaikai and Bigfoot promise to reveal more about this new partnership “in the coming months.”

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