The Paris Commercial Court has just upheld the matter: The blade company behind cloud computing service Shadow has just been bought by OVH.
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Octave Klaba The CEO of OVH has just announced on his official Twitter account that Blade is now part of OVH.
Very happy to have been selected by the Paris Commercial Court for the 1UP of @ Shadow_France !
The goal is simple: to create the best cloud gaming offering in the world! We now have everything in one box: a talented team, no worries about CAPEX, the world market! pic.twitter.com/Yz3RlV02dy
– Octave Klaba (@olesovhcom) April 30, 2021
In addition, it should be noted that Klaba speaks of a cloud gaming offer in the ambition of his company. Does this mean the Shadow service will change to focus only on video games like an Nvidia could with GeForce NOW? Or is that a clumsy phrase?
Remember that cloud computing allows access to a remote computer (an entire IT department) that holds cloud gaming content in order to access a game in the cloud.
In short, we should have more explanations soon. Do you remember that Octave Klaba was in a “duel” with Xavier Niel for this redemption, the drop of blood in a shark pool?