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About LiquidSky

Our mission is to dramatically lower costs and increase the efficiency of computing by giving users access to all the computing power they need in the cloud - or in our case, the Sky! No more buying expensive hardware on your end to play games or run programs, just subscribe to what you need from us. We also provide a lightning-fast internet experience, something we call Sky accelerated web browsing. No more buffering videos, viruses, and slow downloads - you get Sky speed! Idle computing resources are then used to run simulations which help scientists understand diseases and solve world problems. Four of the main issues surrounding cloud gaming or the consumer thin-client have been latency, cost, scalability, and catalog. We have solved all four. Welcome to the Sky.

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https://liquidsky.tv/

Team

Ian- Founder and Developer
Ian is the programming brains and creator of LiquidSky. He started his first computer service at age 12, fixing electronics and installing enterprise servers for small businesses. He has also worked in the CGI and CAD industry. Ian programs in anything from x86 to CSS, specializing in pattern recognition and sandboxing/hypervising containers. Ian enjoys working on his car, building electronics, writing algorithms, or just standing. He was spotted sleeping once; we think it was a Tuesday.
Scott- Co-founder and CEO
Scott is an experienced tech hand. His previous startup, Wayin (wayin.com), provides big brands and professional sports teams with social media curation and display software. Co-founded with ex-Sun Microsystems founder and CEO Scott McNealy, Wayin is a Certified Partner of both Twitter and Facebook. Prior to Wayin, Scott ran a quant-based hedge fund. A Yalie and former adjunct professor there, Scott is married with three kids, and plays a round of golf when he can.
Jason- Head of Marketing
Jason was a photographer in his past life and had built the largest community of photographers in San Diego and a successful marketplace connecting photographers and consumers. He recently sold his last startup as the co-founder and VP of Marketing and moved to New York City in the winter because he thought perfect weather all year wasn’t interesting enough. Jason defies the company culture because he drinks yerba mate tea instead coffee to satisfy his caffeine addiction.
Alexander- Developer
Alexander is 6'7, so naturally he played a lot of basketball in school. He also got asked to change a lot of light bulbs, which is probably why he loves LEDs. He also love to ice skate, which is convenient, since he lives in Russia where it is ridiculously cold all the time. Fools around with artificial neural networks (who hasn’t?) and for the last few years has specialized in opengl c++.
Savinda- Developer
Savinda spends his whole day, practically every day, experimenting with JavaScript; dabbling with Ruby; and inhaling a wide variety of potentially useless information through a few hundred RSS feeds. He is called as an owl as he loves to work during the night. His passions include cars and wildlife photography.
Artem- Developer
Artem aced chemistry at school, winning the regional chemistry Olympiad. But physics and computers called his name at university. Artem loves cloud gaming, because he loves computer games and everything connected with them. He also loves hard and classic rock. The Scorpions, Led Zeppelin, and Hendrix are his favorites. He always wears white headgear, because lives in Russia, and it's really, really cold.
Scott- Advisor
Scott McNealy co-founded Sun Microsystems, Inc. in 1982, serving as its CEO and Board Chair for over 22 years. During his tenure, McNealy transformed Sun from a Silicon Valley startup to a leading global provider of network computing.In October 2011, McNealy, along with partner Scott Johnston, announced his next venture, Wayin, which provides big brands with software that enables them to curate, display, and analyze social media content surrounding their products. McNealy serves as Board Chairman. Long committed to open source education, McNealy also led Sun to create Curriki, a global online community creating quality materials that benefit teacher, parents, and students. McNealy is a graduate of Harvard and Stanford Business School.
Andy- Advisor
Based in Hong Kong , and assisting with LiquidSky’s Asia and China strategies, Andy Lau is a technologist, entrepreneur, and investor with strong connections to both the APAC and Silicon Valley tech communities. He has founded a number of successful ventures in the areas of enterprise IT, digital and social, and cloud and mobile computing.
Interns

Jake- Marketing Intern
Currently a student at Berkshire School, Jake studies economics, business management and marketing. Jake is well versed in the gaming world and has been aiding founder Ian Mcloughlin in his inventions since he was a wee lad.
Teddy- Programming Intern
Teddy is currently at Deerfield Academy. He is a life long gamer and has been coding since he was in 7th grade. He loves taking on new challenges and solving complicated problems.
 
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About LiquidSky

Our mission is to dramatically lower costs and increase the efficiency of computing by giving users access to all the computing power they need in the cloud - or in our case, the Sky! No more buying expensive hardware on your end to play games or run programs, just subscribe to what you need from us. We also provide a lightning-fast internet experience, something we call Sky accelerated web browsing. No more buffering videos, viruses, and slow downloads - you get Sky speed! Idle computing resources are then used to run simulations which help scientists understand diseases and solve world problems. Four of the main issues surrounding cloud gaming or the consumer thin-client have been latency, cost, scalability, and catalog. We have solved all four. Welcome to the Sky.

Referral Link

https://liquidsky.tv/r/SaEzkFk

Team

Ian- Founder and Developer
Ian is the programming brains and creator of LiquidSky. He started his first computer service at age 12, fixing electronics and installing enterprise servers for small businesses. He has also worked in the CGI and CAD industry. Ian programs in anything from x86 to CSS, specializing in pattern recognition and sandboxing/hypervising containers. Ian enjoys working on his car, building electronics, writing algorithms, or just standing. He was spotted sleeping once; we think it was a Tuesday.
Scott- Co-founder and CEO
Scott is an experienced tech hand. His previous startup, Wayin (wayin.com), provides big brands and professional sports teams with social media curation and display software. Co-founded with ex-Sun Microsystems founder and CEO Scott McNealy, Wayin is a Certified Partner of both Twitter and Facebook. Prior to Wayin, Scott ran a quant-based hedge fund. A Yalie and former adjunct professor there, Scott is married with three kids, and plays a round of golf when he can.
Jason- Head of Marketing
Jason was a photographer in his past life and had built the largest community of photographers in San Diego and a successful marketplace connecting photographers and consumers. He recently sold his last startup as the co-founder and VP of Marketing and moved to New York City in the winter because he thought perfect weather all year wasn’t interesting enough. Jason defies the company culture because he drinks yerba mate tea instead coffee to satisfy his caffeine addiction.
Alexander- Developer
Alexander is 6'7, so naturally he played a lot of basketball in school. He also got asked to change a lot of light bulbs, which is probably why he loves LEDs. He also love to ice skate, which is convenient, since he lives in Russia where it is ridiculously cold all the time. Fools around with artificial neural networks (who hasn’t?) and for the last few years has specialized in opengl c++.
Savinda- Developer
Savinda spends his whole day, practically every day, experimenting with JavaScript; dabbling with Ruby; and inhaling a wide variety of potentially useless information through a few hundred RSS feeds. He is called as an owl as he loves to work during the night. His passions include cars and wildlife photography.
Artem- Developer
Artem aced chemistry at school, winning the regional chemistry Olympiad. But physics and computers called his name at university. Artem loves cloud gaming, because he loves computer games and everything connected with them. He also loves hard and classic rock. The Scorpions, Led Zeppelin, and Hendrix are his favorites. He always wears white headgear, because lives in Russia, and it's really, really cold.
Scott- Advisor
Scott McNealy co-founded Sun Microsystems, Inc. in 1982, serving as its CEO and Board Chair for over 22 years. During his tenure, McNealy transformed Sun from a Silicon Valley startup to a leading global provider of network computing.In October 2011, McNealy, along with partner Scott Johnston, announced his next venture, Wayin, which provides big brands with software that enables them to curate, display, and analyze social media content surrounding their products. McNealy serves as Board Chairman. Long committed to open source education, McNealy also led Sun to create Curriki, a global online community creating quality materials that benefit teacher, parents, and students. McNealy is a graduate of Harvard and Stanford Business School.
Andy- Advisor
Based in Hong Kong , and assisting with LiquidSky’s Asia and China strategies, Andy Lau is a technologist, entrepreneur, and investor with strong connections to both the APAC and Silicon Valley tech communities. He has founded a number of successful ventures in the areas of enterprise IT, digital and social, and cloud and mobile computing.
Interns

Jake- Marketing Intern
Currently a student at Berkshire School, Jake studies economics, business management and marketing. Jake is well versed in the gaming world and has been aiding founder Ian Mcloughlin in his inventions since he was a wee lad.
Teddy- Programming Intern
Teddy is currently at Deerfield Academy. He is a life long gamer and has been coding since he was in 7th grade. He loves taking on new challenges and solving complicated problems.
I'm gonna try this! Cause my connection has been slow lately, thanks! and keep it up :honored:
 

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Huh, didn't know such site exist . It's in beta uh, I see with 1 GBS speed and beinh able to run any game with high graphics with there programs? Niceeeee that's something I've not heard of at all.
 

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Looks like it's basically a low latency VPS ;) Sounds cool tho! wonder if it'll work decently for people like me with 3Mbps Downspeed :X cuz you'll still need to have decent internet to access the VPS

I would say this though; your title is a tad mis-leading because this does not improve your current internet speed.
 
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So, I tried it out, amazing stuff!! Clocked download speeds as fast as 900Mbps!!! only downside was that when it was time for me to acutally play a game (in this case ARK, single player) my connection bottlenecked and I couldn't even get past the damn menu :( Hopefully it'll work for others!!!!
 

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So, I tried it out, amazing stuff!! Clocked download speeds as fast as 900Mbps!!! only downside was that when it was time for me to acutally play a game (in this case ARK, single player) my connection bottlenecked and I couldn't even get past the damn menu :( Hopefully it'll work for others!!!!
If your downloading them in the vps, doesn't it take time to drag them out of the rdp to desktop?
 

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If your downloading them in the vps, doesn't it take time to drag them out of the rdp to desktop?
Not sure I know about RDP, (Remote Desktop......P?) But LiquidSky is basically a gaming computer over VPS with a bitchin' ISP You get the option between 2 machines, one is a quad core, 4GB RAM machine with GTX 960, the other is a 6 core with 8GB Ram and GTX 960 I went with the 6 core :p the system has Steam Pre-loaded, and you have to use the client to download all your games to that machine. But thanks to the amazing ISP, you can download a massive game like ARK in about 5-10 minutes. including all the expansions and addons. I think there was just an issue with my connection trying to relay the information back :X Which isn't a huge surprise, they say you should have a minimum of 1mbps, and when I was testing it I was bouncing between 0.62-1.20Mbps
 

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Not sure I know about RDP, (Remote Desktop......P?) But LiquidSky is basically a gaming computer over VPS with a bitchin' ISP You get the option between 2 machines, one is a quad core, 4GB RAM machine with GTX 960, the other is a 6 core with 8GB Ram and GTX 960 I went with the 6 core :p the system has Steam Pre-loaded, and you have to use the client to download all your games to that machine. But thanks to the amazing ISP, you can download a massive game like ARK in about 5-10 minutes. including all the expansions and addons. I think there was just an issue with my connection trying to relay the information back :X Which isn't a huge surprise, they say you should have a minimum of 1mbps, and when I was testing it I was bouncing between 0.62-1.20Mbps
They probably never tested a 1mbps but a massive mbps they have lol . . . . they r probably lazy to test the speeds and connections when they have high-end connections lmao . . . Reason why having higher internet connections is so demanding now a days. . .