Gaming technology company Quixant has confirmed its attendance at the upcoming ICE London tradeshow, set to take place at ExCel London from February 7-9. At booth N2-120, the company will exhibit its games and solutions.
Additionally, the group announced the launch of the QMAX Gaming hardware platform, designed to deliver the “highest resolution content, the smoothest gameplay, and the ultimate player experience.”
The new, premium platform is powered by Intel, offering “exceptional” GPU performance. It is available with or without a dGPU, allowing customers to increase their hardware performance by adding the graphics card of their choice.
Highly customizable, the tray and backplane platform meets the requirements of all major global Gaming jurisdictions, including GLI-11, notes the company. It includes the company’s game-optimizing software solutions as standard, designed to optimize game development and delivery, allowing customers to focus on “developing the best content without worrying about regulatory requirements.”
Duncan Faithfull, EVP and CCO at Quixant
Duncan Faithfull, EVP and CCO at Quixant, said: “We believe that our customers’ focus should be on content, not developing hardware solutions to build them on. They need the freedom to develop content with the confidence that their solution is reliable and as powerful as their imagination needs it to be.”
“That’s why Quixant developed its range of Gaming hardware platforms, IQ, IQON, and QMAX, designed to provide maximum performance based on budget, market, and product needs. The new QMAX is our most powerful and feature-rich platform yet, giving our customers a platform that can go as far as their imagination can,” he added.
In a press release, the company described itself as delivering “game-changing technology solutions” that meet the industry’s needs, as well as being ready to provide partnership and support. The Quixant team will be on hand at the event, to explain to customers how to maximize the power and performance potential the QMAX presents.
Duncan added: “After launching Quantum and Qinetic at G2E, our range of modular Gaming and Sports betting cabinet solutions, we have identified the need to expand our Software Solutions operation to further support our customers.”
“In addition to our traditional hardware and software solutions, we will now be offering a comprehensive suite of software and integration support solutions, which will allow game designers to focus their efforts on developing the ultimate game content and player experience, as well as enabling management of the cabinet the game sits on, and a collection of integration solutions,” he noted.
The company encourages game manufacturers “who are looking to further differentiate their products to ensure they stand out from the crowd and expedite the time it takes to get their cabinets to market” to visit the company’s booth.