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about the fact that the Adobe press release didn’t actually say p2p, or that the Amicima technology was only about VOIP, etc. One esteemed member of the Flash community and old friend, Brian Lesser, a Flash server guru and author of Programming Flash Communication Server suggested in the comments to yesterday's article that there might be restrictions on p2p usage that might limit some of the CDN possibilites I described yesterday. On the other hand the piece did get some great coverage over at GigaOM from the likes of one of my blogging heroes, Om Malik, who essentially concurred with my assessment of the import of ...
(.torrent) files. It bills itself as "The world's most resilient bittorrent site" and is ranked as the 96th most popular website in the world and 19th in Sweden by Alexa Internet 1 since 2008. The website is primarily funded with advertisements shown next to torrent listings. Initially established in November 2003 by the Swedish anti-copyright organization Piratbyrån (The Piracy Bureau) the website has been run as a separate organization since October 2004. The website used to be run by Gottfrid Svartholm and Fredrik Neij who are known as anakata and TiAMO, respectively. They have both been charged with ...
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Speed Summary: The Future of Digital Marketing – Econsultancy ...
answering just that question from their “The Future of Digital Marketing” conference with a wondrous range of insightful speakers, held on 16th June 2010 in London, UK. Social and mobile – including social and mobile commerce – figured prominently, as you might expect. Econsultancy subscribers can download decks for free, non-members can purchase the decks – but for the time-pressed here’s a speed summary of the presentations (250+ slides) for you; we’ll be using it as creative stimulus in digital strategy workshops – hope you find it useful too. (NB - the keynote deck from Gerd ... market research, surveys and trends
Beyond P2P Transfers « Mobile Money for the Unbanked
transfers – the “killer app” that propelled Safaricom’s M-PESA to such extraordinary success. It was clear that Safaricom had tapped a rich vein of latent demand for a safe and affordable way to remit money in-country, and this kicked off a rush to bring such services to market all over the world. Yet a number of mobile money platforms that mainly offer P2P transfers have struggled to attract users over the course of the last year. Of course, it’s difficult to isolate why this has happened-mobile money is a complex business, and lots of things can go wrong. But one possible explanation is that ... market research, surveys and trends

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THE NEXT P2P KILLER APP?

SiliconBeat: Itiva: The video file transfer killer app?
The boom in Internet videos transfers -- from movie downloads to amateur video sharing -- is causing pain in the Internet backbone. Now a Palo Alto start-up called Itiva has popped up, saying it has found the magic pill: It says it can do something that no other start-up has offered so far: (1) It can cheapen the cost of video transmissions for big movie or video producers , and thus match the promise of the peer-to-peer technologies out there, and at the same time (2) lower the cost for the Internet service providers . Here is the Mercury News story we ran today about Itiva and some of the other start-ups out there helping with ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Streaming video to outpace P2P traffic growth | Signal Strength ...
Video is still the killer app of the Internet, but peer-to-peer services like BitTorrent will no longer account for the bulk of traffic on the Net as streaming services grow at a quicker pace over the next few years. For 10 years, peer-to-peer traffic, such as BitTorrent, which includes some video, has been the largest type of traffic on the Internet. But according to Cisco Systems, streaming video will grow at a faster growth rate over the next few years. And starting this year, streaming video will account for more traffic on the Net than peer-to-peer traffic. According to Cisco's annual Visual Networking Index Forecast , ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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P2P Streaming Systems: A Survey and Experiments
e-mail: pdr1982@gmail.com. Abstract—The great success of P2P systems for the purpose of file-sharing has set the path to likely be the next killer-app ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
P2P Piracy as Precursor to Commercial Entry
Killer-app for broadband is entertainment. ... The next frontier for the community? ... To the “we-TV” of the next-generation P2P interactive video. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Writing the Next Killer Peer-To-Peer (P2P) Application
This is a chronicle (of some sorts) where I explore how one might go about building and testing a P2P app. This is the path that I took and it may/not be the best way for your needs, but in the least it should serve as a guide for some of the difficulties and tradeoffs involved. This is reverse chronological. So first, I describe how one can test and get some concrete numbers on how the app might behave in the real world. Next (or before), how to simplify the building process using middleware. And of course, the all important question of which programming language to use ;-) Other `side' issues will be discussed as ...
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Slashdot | Has P2P Become a Passing Fad?
Sure, there are plenty of people on modems. A great many of these people have some sort of high speed internet access available but choose not to get it. The other folks, well, progression.. We can't keep tailoring to the least common denominator. A lot of people want to see cool looking web sites with animations. I think a little flash is just fine. I pay for broadband, might as well make use of it. Besides, most web sites that aren't flash-oriented have either little flash, no flash, or the option to use no flash. And you can disable the plugin. "For whom the 400kb flash crapplet is a serious burden ...
Google Answers: future of music compact disc industry... where i ...
Excerpt: “Specifically, the dollar value of all music product shipments decreased from $6.2 billion at mid-year 2000 to $5.9 billion at mid-year 2001—a 4.4 percent decrease. Unit shipments dropped from 488.7 million at mid-year 2000 to 442.7 million units at mid-year 2001—a 9.4 percent decrease” “FORMAT SHIPMENTS IN 2001 - CD Units Decrease, Yet Remain Preferred Format Full-length CD units dropped 5.3 percent at mid-year 2001, representing a $5.5 billion dollar value within the market, a 2.7 percent decrease in dollar value from mid-year 2000. As expected, the compact disc format grew in ...