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I was struck by the figures on page 19: "Peer-to-Peer (P2P) traffic was 60% (and rising) of Internet traffic in 2004, with BitTorrent accounting for 30% of traffic, per CacheLogic". You can definitely see why this is the case, as P2P is normally used to download very large media files - music, movies, etc. But still it makes you realise just how big P2P currently is on the Internet and, given the increasing amount of video coming onto the Web, how crucial it is going forward. Source: Mary Meeker presentation, via CacheLogic I followed up by checking out the CacheLogic webpage , which has an interesting research ...
project. We did this to give application developers an easier way to hook into our ServicePDQ platform. Developers that prefer not to re-invent the wheel for basic core services such as admission control, resource allocation, presence management, and real-time rating and charging (to name just a few) can now more easily outsource these functions using Solegy’s carrier class managed solution. This event got me thinking about the current state of open source SIP. As it has been a while since I spent any time looking into the subject, I googled a bit to locate new stuff, and am ... Read More
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