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[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] MANY PEOPLE retain a perception of peer-to-peer networking based on the old Napster model of file sharing.
Master Node Redundancy technology, designed for peer-to-peer networking, prevents a single point of failure, unlike 802.
The start-up expense for a network may seem steep but your return on investment should justify it A 10-user license for Artisoft's peer-to-peer networking solution, Power Suite, retails for $1,499 (800-846-9726).
An acronym for Distributed Audio Video Entertainment, DAVETV is a new kind of television broadcast network offering not only traditional programming such as movies, music, music videos and sports, but also new original content self-published by end users using DAVETV's secure peer-to-peer networking system.
Established computer giants like Intel are already hard at work building on the peer-to-peer networking model, and we'll see more and more mini Napsters as PTP technologies mature.
The growing popularity of interactive applications such as VoIP, on-line gaming, and peer-to-peer networking has stretched the limits of existing home and SOHO routers beyond what they were initially designed to handle," said Doug Spreng, CEO of Ubicom.
develops and licenses symmetric key/token-based intellectual property and authentication software for use in digital rights management, peer-to-peer networking, instant messaging, content security, and electronic bill presentment and payment.
Once Sandvine Peer-To-Peer Policy Management was enabled, bandwidth utilization by P2P traffic fell abruptly -- and sharply -- without impacting peer-to-peer networking by subscribers.