AMD acquihires Nitero to up its VR cred

Cord cutting is not just for television.

It is for VR and AR experiences, also. That is why AMD has acquired Nitero, and company that provides technology to connect VR headsets wirelessly to PCs. This isn’t the first time wireless VR headsets are making a splash in this space, but it is still big deal. 

In IT Blogwatch, we think about the future. 

So what is going on? Jose Vilches shares some background:

Going wireless is the next major leap for PC-powered VR headsets…Looking to take a part in this AMD has announced it is acquiring Nitero, a company that builds wireless chips for streaming virtual reality content from desktop computers to headsets.

What does Nitero have that AMD wants? Brittany A. Roston has the details:

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from Computerworld Mobile & Wireless


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