Reference : P2P Implications on Web Surfing
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P2P Implications on Web Surfing
[fr] Implications du P2P sur le Surf Internet
Merciadri, Luca mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > > 1re an. bac. sc. informatiques]
[en] P2P ; Peer-to-Peer ; Downloading
[en] P2P (Peer-to-Peer) technology comprises various ways to exchange information rapidly,
each participant sharing a portion of his own resources. Anyway, despite of the numerous advantages of using P2P, a real problem is often encountered when using cheap internet connections: web surfing becomes so slow that it seems impossible to reach a web page, for the P2P’s user. It is especially the case when using connections with a low upload speed. The problem has also an importance, even if it is minor, when using high-speed connections (VDSL, ... ), as it is also a waste of capacity.
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