A network in which each computer communicates directly with one another, rather than depending on a server. This method is usually best suited to networks with a light demand.
A peer to peer network is a network system with no centralised computer acting as a repository.
A type of network in which each workstation has equivalent capabilities and responsibilities. This differs from client/server, in which some computers are dedicated to serving the others. Peer-to-peer networks are generally simpler, but they usually do not offer the same performance as a network with a dedicated server.
a network utilised for distrubiting files like audio, video, data or anything in digital format
a network utilised for sharing content like data, video, audio or any content in digital format
a network utilized for distrubiting content like audio, video, data or any thing in digital data format
a network where computers talk directly to one another for the purpose of sharing files and resources
a simple solution--just add a network interface card (NIC) to each system, connect the four systems with cabling and begin sharing information
A simple network scheme connecting two or more computers.
Method of transferring data over the Internet. Peer to Peer networks are not illegal by themselves, but are often used to swap copyrighted material illegally.
peer to peer network is a type of network (ie. computers linked together, sharing files and/or devices) where there is no dedicated server. Every computer on a peer to peer network can have equal standing, depending on the individual computer's configuration and privileges.