peer-to-peer network

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peer-to-peer network

 (pîr′tə-pîr′)
n.
A computer network in which every computer acts as both a client and server, allowing every computer to exchange data and services with every other computer in the network.
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ORSYP must be credited for keeping its peer-to-peer software sufficiently lightweight to ensure the performance of the corporate server and network infrastructure.
Kids like free music, free movies, free software - so they might use Mum or Dad's computer to install peer-to-peer software so they can download this stuff for free.
3% Source: Callahan & Associates' Peer-to-Peer Software Note: Table made from bar graph.
Aerus extends Magor s peer-to-peer software architecture to the cloud, delivering a unique approach in cloud-based service platforms.
The images were available for other computer users to view using what is known as peer-to-peer software, the affidavit said.
Golden Eye said it obtained the services of a forensic computer analyst to search for and identify addresses using peer-to-peer software to download its copyrighted works.
Velocity is a peer-to-peer software application that resides on any server whose OS is supported.
In the letter, the Federal Trade Commission said research showed consumers continue to inadvertently share sensitive documents via peer-to-peer software like LimeWire.
The use and availability of peer-to-peer software on his computer to download made it possible for - in effect, exposed for acquisition for a finite period for - other internet users to search for photographs to download.
The Crown's case on the facts against Mr Venables is that seven images - indecent photog raphs of chi ldren - were downloaded by him between those dates, February 1 and 27 2010, but he used and had available peer-to-peer software on his computer to download.
Like many universities, Cedarville is challenged with the rapid pace of emerging technology, and the potential bandwidth consuming threats to university resources posed by viruses and other malware, as well as peer-to-peer software used to illegally download music and videos.
PP2008 is a proprietary peer-to-peer software platform developed by PP365.