Release notesIn centralised video streaming systems, such as YouTube, a single set of computers provides the video to all viewers. Such a solution requires a massive number of computers (like YouTube has) to serve all of the videos to a large set of users. Peer-to-peer technology takes a different approach. The video stream is served to a few users, after which users exchange and forward the video stream among each other. The users thus Giúp serving the video, reducing or even removing the need for a central server park. Starting a YouTube-like system becomes orders of magnitude cheaper when P2P technology is used. The downside of peer-to-peer is that the quality is harder to control since the responsibility of forwarding the video is shifted from the central server park to the users themselves. If the users cannot or will not forward the video among each other, the quality of the system will suffer.
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