Microsoft’s first hardware and cloud-based solutions are set to debut on the company’s campus in Redmond, Washington, this month.
The Unity Technologies (Unity) team unveiled the first two of its new cloud-enabled solutions, Unity Cloud and Unity Mobile, at the event on Friday.
The Unity Mobile team will be launching its first cloud-centric platform in the coming weeks, which is powered by the Unity IoT Platform.
The company’s next cloud platform, Unity Mobile 8.0, will offer developers the ability to develop for cloud-computing, data storage and communications.
The company also announced that it has signed a licensing agreement with Nokia for a new cloud platform that is based on the Nokia Cloud platform.
The two new cloud platforms will provide the Unity team with the tools it needs to create new cloud solutions for its new platforms, including a complete cloud platform for managing and managing data, an open source cloud platform called Unity Cloud Enterprise, a cloud-optimized application platform called Microsoft Cloud Infrastructure for Unity Cloud, and cloud software for the Unity platform.
Microsoft’s cloud-focused solutions, however, will not be available for consumers.
Developers will need to develop a new software solution that integrates with the Unity Platform or create a new application that uses Unity to manage data and processes.
In addition, Microsoft announced that a new Windows 8.1-based Windows 8 PC will ship in March, which will feature the latest Windows 8 platform features, including the Unity Cloud Platform.
Microsoft is also adding a new Azure cloud service that is powered, in part, by Unity.
The new service, Microsoft Azure, is built on Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.
The Microsoft Azure Cloud Service will provide cloud-as-a-service services that are based on Azure, and it will also be built on the Microsoft Azure cloud, which provides software for managing, distributing, and monetizing Azure cloud services.