Mwave: VR and high-res displays are changing the game

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This article appeared in the March 2018 issue of CRN magazine.

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Mwave: VR and high-res displays are changing the game

With product manager head and team leader Christopher Dagher

What games devices and PC brands do you specialise in?

We provide custom-built PCs catering to our clients' requirements, ranging from gaming systems to high-performance workstations. Due to our strong market recognition, we’re an authorised reseller for brands such as Intel, Microsoft, ASUS, Netgear and many more.

When did your company first get involved in this area?

We started to invest in developing our infrastructure to really drive this segment in 2007. Over the years we’ve achieved great milestones, not only with our clients but also contributing towards the growth of Australian e-sports and its community.

What credentials and certifications does your business have?

Our members have successfully completed vendor online training courses, workshops and educational qualifications in different aspects of IT. We attend roadshows and exhibitions locally and internationally to stay up to date with the latest trends and products.

Which distributors do you use?

Synnex, Ingram Micro, Dicker Data and MMT supply us with the majority of our products.

What are the most interesting new developments in performance PCs?

To me, it has to be virtual reality and 4K and 8K displays. What was once only dreamt about is now more accessible to gamers and enthusiasts.

Can you tell us about a recent deployment?

With recent Intel and AMD releases, processing power has moved well beyond the previous generation, enabling customers to do more without having to move to the HEDT platform (where processors could cost up to $2799).

What factors are driving customers in this area?

The most noticeable factors are the growing trends of streaming and releases of battle royale games such as Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite. These trends have increased our sales as gamers look to upgrade or purchase new hardware to improve their gaming experience.

Gaming devices are… 

Products or platforms that allow any gamer, from casual to professional, to immerse themselves in hours of entertainment.

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