Latency and Cost Tradeoffs for Efficient Peer-to-Peer Assisted Content Distribution
Source: Oleksiy Kovyrin
The Internet was conceived as a medium to efficiently enable point-to-point conversations. However, the main source of Internet traffic today is easily duplicable and location-independent content. In this webcast, the presenter will focus on three aspects of latency and costs for P2P-assisted content distribution using analytical models supported by real-world measurements.