Bummed out because you can’t get into this week’s industry-only Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles? Computer workstation supplier BOXX Technologies Inc. and ShackNews Ltd. have teamed up to give you a virtual pass in the form of high-definition footage of events and interviews to be available on the internet.
"Fileshack is planning to deliver the excitement of E3 to millions of gamers and enthusiasts on the Internet who want the latest buzz from the show," says Steve Gibson president of Shacknews Ltd. "With BOXX’s high-performance systems powered by AMD’s Dual-Core Opteron 875 processors, we will have all the horsepower we need to edit and deliver true 720p high-definition footage to our audience."
The footage will be presented in 720p (1280×720) WMVHD format and featured on www.Fileshack.com, www.Shacknews.com, and the Microsoft E3 and gaming websites as a "see this game in HD" link. Video will be distributed via the Fileshack network in partnership with Limelight Networks, the bandwidth provider for Valve’s Steam and Microsoft’s Xbox Live.
For more information about BOXX workstations, go to www.boxxtech.com.