Friday, September 18, 2009
Solid State Networks Makes Tool Free To Game Developers
Tempe, Arizona-based Solid State Networks, which operates a content delivery service targeted at video game developers, said yesterday that it is making the upcoming release of the firm's downloading, patching, and install software free to game developers. According to Solid State Networks, the firm's CURRENT 3.0 software will be available free of charge for commercial use, with additional features at differing price points. The firm said the move comes so that developers can enhance game acquisition for their customers, without impacting existing budgets.