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BitTorrent: Netflix is inefficient and a problem for ISPs
BitTorrent, the company behind the popular p2p protocol, has criticized following a recent report showing that Netflix is responsible for a large part of the American movement. According BitTorrent Netflix is inefficient and a problem for ISPs.
In an interview with The Guardian, Matt Mason, vice president of marketing at BitTorrent, indicated that Netflix inefficient handles data. Recently appeared on average accounts for 28 percent of the Internet traffic in the U.S. accounted for an examination of Sandvine. According to Mason, this shows that Netflix is not successful, but a problem for ISPs. Netflix, according to the CEO to do “bandwidth hogging”, something that the ISPs would cause irritation.
Mason has responded to previous posts that said Netflix with his data usage BitTorrent has ‘defeated’. BitTorrent goes through the use of p2p efficient with data, thereby allowing a comparison based on data usage is not useful, as Mason argues. Also, other data streams, including Netflix streams, giving the bittorrent protocol are set neatly priority when needed.
The large data usage of Netflix would already be a problem for ISPs in the United States. It Mason believes that the problems are as Netflix are going to offer content in higher resolution bigger, the video service has plans to soon start 4k broadcasts. The situation would thus be ‘unsustainable’.
The statements of BitTorrent CEO probably have something to do with the plans to bring. their own P2P protocol to video content providers to the man Mason believes that while a partnership between Netflix and BitTorrent would be a good thing. Using the P2P video streaming protocol services would be good news for BitTorrent, as the company is often associated. With piracyViewing:-201
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