TEMPE, Ariz. – November 17, 2009 – Solid State Networks, Inc., the leading developer of game publishing software, announced the release of CURRENT™ 3.0 which is now available to game developers free of charge for commercial use.
CURRENT 3.0 provides a unified platform for downloading, installing, patching and launching games. Built upon Solid State’s industry proven delivery and patching technologies, CURRENT 3.0 enables game developers to provide players with a quality user experience during the process of acquiring games and updates. CURRENT 3.0 also supports seamless upgrading to CURRENTpro™ and DIRECT™, which offer a variety of features to further enhance the game acquisition experience, increase operational efficiencies and improve player conversion and retention.
“With the release of CURRENT™ 3.0, we’re helping game developers provide a superior experience to their players when it comes to acquiring games and updates – and we’re doing it free of charge,” said Rick Buonincontri, founder and CEO of Solid State Networks. “We believe that a positive user experience is the key to successful digital game distribution and to new revenue from games. We’re confident that developers who implement our game publishing software will find that they are able to promote and monetize their games in compelling new ways in addition to providing a great experience for their gamers.”
Developers can request a copy of CURRENT™ 3.0 by visiting www.solidstatenetworks.com.
About Solid State Networks
Solid State Networks is a leading developer of specialized, high performance content delivery solutions, including game publishing software. Since early 2007, Solid State Networks has steadily gained recognition within the gaming industry as a highly innovative company with reliable technology and versatile game delivery and patching solutions for companies such as Funcom, Riot Games, Wizards of the Coast, Abandon Interactive, Vogster Entertainment and others. For more information, please visit www.solidstatenetworks.com.
Media Contact: Kirk Green