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Inventing the Post-Web World
The O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer and
Web Services Conference

Washington, D.C. -- November 5-8, 2001


P2P Content Delivery

Damien Stolarz, CEO, CarBot, Inc.

Track: File Sharing
Date: Wednesday, November 07
Time: 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Location: Dupont

If caching servers at the ISPs form an edge network, then are peer-to-peer networks ... beyond the edge? No matter how much bandwidth costs drop, no matter how much fiber gets laid, people always want more bandwidth, and nothing uses more bandwidth than audio and video media.

Technologies that should have helped A/V - the mbone, caching net appliances - failed to solve the problem at large on the internet. While more and more bandwidth is the perennial brute force solution to streaming media, peer to peer networking is the first elegant solution to arrive in a while.

This session presents an analysis of the many content-delivery solutions being developed with peer-to-peer technologies to create cost effective, scalable media delivery on the Internet. Home | Conferences Home | P2P & Web Services Home
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