Monthly Archive
for: ‘September, 2010’

In support of open standards: voices from the tech industry

As you consider moving to open standard gaming protocols, it may be useful to view open standards in a larger context. Here are links to a couple short blogs and an interview that talk about what open standards are and are not, and how they can impact both the producers and consumers of technology. Enjoy. […]

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Featured discussion: Is Darwin coming to the slot floor?

With interoperability comes the promise of choice for casino operators. Innovation and responsiveness play a key role in finding market share for new open-standard technologies. But is that a viable strategy for the casino industry? Are casino operators interested in the kind of choice that drives other markets?

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Networks and standards and servers – oh, my!

Many of the gaming technology terms bandied about these days revolve around an idea of high-speed gaming, which may or may not be the standards-based, high-speed gaming that we here at RadBlue have dedicated ourselves. But what really differentiates “networked gaming” from “server-based gaming” from “gaming standards”? Perhaps some definitions are in order: Networked Gaming […]

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