The curtain hasn’t yet come down on 2023, but Quixant’s global gaming and sports betting technology team is already making plans for ICE 2024 in London. The UK-based gaming technology provider will showcase its next-generation hardware platforms, cabinets, kiosks, and software suite solutions for the Feb. 6-8 event at Excel.
“Our renowned, powerful, and reliable hardware platforms – enhanced by our embedded Software Suite solutions – have enabled our customers to outsource this aspect with confidence,” said Quixant EVP and CCO Duncan Faithful in a statement. “They know that when they purchase their hardware platforms from Quixant, everything that they require from a power, performance, security and regulatory perspective for the gaming and sports betting market is offered.”
In 2023, Quixant launched its Intel-based QMAX hardware platform at ICE and expanded its IQON range to include an Intel-based product launched at G2E in Las Vegas. Supplementing its existing IQ, IQON and QMAX offerings, Quixant’s range of hardware platforms are available with both Intel and AMD options suited to different market and budget requirements and come in varying levels of power and performance.
The company stated that its new IQON 2, a fanless all-in-one platform with additional features and benefits, can deliver more immersive game content and sports betting experiences in record time.
Quixant’s range of gaming cabinets and kiosks, including Quantum and Qinetic, also will be showcased at ICE London.
“Facing a multitude of challenges, and with a rebounding global market, diversification has been a common theme with many in the industry, who are looking to enhance their current offerings and explore new markets and products,” Faithful said. “This has identified the need for more options within the Quixant offering, and as such, we have expanded our existing hardware platform range to give customers the opportunity to choose between Intel and AMD platforms and leverage different power and performance options dependent on the needs of their markets.”