"Peer-to-peer (P2P) services evolved to the most popular applications in today’s Internet. In particular, P2P networks became very popular amid the relentless spread of Gnutella, Kazaa, eDonkey and BitTorrent file sharing applications.
Remarkably, only very simple protocols and almost no support by the transport network was required to make these distributed services operable on a large scale in very little time."
[Editorial, Kurt Tutschku, Hermann de Meer, Frank-Uwe Andersen, Konosuke Kawashima, EUROPEAN TRANSACTIONS ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Euro. Trans. Telecomms. 2004; 15:507–509]
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