Hadean Extends Partnership with Pixelmax for Metaverse Content Streaming

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Hadean and Pixelmax are partnering to develop the infrastructure for content streaming in the metaverse.

Both companies previously partnered to deliver online 3D experiences.

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Hadean has extended its partnership with Pixelmax to develop the infrastructure for content streaming in the metaverse, enabling global brands to connect with their audiences in immersive virtual worlds.

The collaboration will combine Hadean’s proven tech expertise in enabling scalable, accessible, and secure connected experiences with PixelMax’s platform for high-quality 3D environments. Leveraging Hadean’s metaverse technology solutions, PixelMax will create the infrastructure enabling its partners to stream content in the metaverse.

This partnership is an extension of Hadean’s close business relationship with Pixelmax, as both metaverse infrastructure companies teamed up last year to create and deliver online 3D experiences. The new solution aims to allow anyone to build and connect virtual worlds easily.

“Our partnership with PixelMax is moving forward into a new and exciting chapter which will deepen our relationship and maximise Hadean’s role as a proven metaverse tech enabler. Scalable streaming for the metaverse is a major industry pain point at the moment for high-volume brands. Working in lockstep with PixelMax we aim to deploy our combined expertise and help drive the experiences of users and partners in the metaverse,”

Hadean CEO, Craig Beddis, said in a statement.

In September 2022, Hadean raised $30 million in a Series A round led by Molten Ventures, with participation from Alumni Ventures, Aster Capital, and Epic Games. The startup has also partnered with PIXELYNX and GameCoin to build their respective metaverse game and hub. Other major gaming brand partners include Minecraft and Epic Games.

Last November, Hadean teamed up with Microsoft Azure to cloud-based military training and simulation solutions. In January, the company was awarded a state innovation grant to develop digital twins for UK highways.

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Cindy Tan

Cindy is a journalist at Metaverse Post, focusing on interviews with Web3 industry players. A keen trendspotter, she's always on the lookout for the next big thing in the Web3 space. If you want the right eyeballs on your projects in the space, get in touch via [email protected]

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