The agreement was the direct result of the demand from developers who rely on Unity’s platform. It will enable them to create and optimize apps for use on Intel-reliant mobile technology.
“We’ve set a goal to ship 40 million Intel-based tablets this year and expect more than 100 Android tablet designs on Intel in the market by the end of this year,” Doug Fisher, Intel corporate VP and GM of the Software and Services Group said in a press release. “Our collaboration with Unity will give its nearly 3 million developers the necessary software tools and support to build amazing Android experiences on Intel architecture.”
Unity will oversee numerous modifications of Intel products, including improvements to CPU performance and in-app graphics. These advancements will be incorporated into the upcoming releases of the Unity 4 and 5 product lines.
With Intel quickly increasing its market share across mobile platforms, the collaboration effort will ensure the functionality of Unity-developed apps and games on Intel-powered systems.
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