Microsoft’s CCCAM Server to Support the Xbox One: ‘It’s an Xbox-First Experience’

CCCam, which is the same server that powers the Xbox and Windows 10 devices, has been updated to support the Xbox, according to Microsoft.

This is the first time the company has announced the availability of this feature.CCCam Server is the only server in the Microsoft cloud that supports the Xbox.

The Xbox version is not compatible with the Xbox Pro.

However, CCCams new features will work on the Xbox console.

Microsoft has said that Xbox One users will not be able to connect to CCCamm Server, but they will be able use the Xbox Dashboard to interact with CCCames servers.

The server supports multiple IPs and is currently available in the United States.

CCCammers website lists a host of cloud services including Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Rackspace and AWS.

Microsoft will also offer CCCamer as a service, which will allow users to access the server remotely.

Microsoft is working with cloud computing service CloudFlare to provide the CCCaming server and the new CloudBlob feature, which allows users to send content from the CTV or VLC video-streaming service to the Xbox video-on-demand service.

Microsoft is also working with CloudFlurry to provide a cloud service called CloudBlaze that can support video-sharing from the Xbox as well.

CTV is the network for television content and VLC is the media-streamer app for Windows 10.

The CCCame website is also offering a video-capturing and sharing service called CCCamera that can be used to capture and share content from your Xbox or Xbox Live accounts.

The CCCamous website is not currently available, but Microsoft says it will be in the near future.