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Kris TV - 05 March 2013

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BitTorrent's 'cloudless' peer-to-peer Sync turns 1

The cloud may be quite powerful but may not be the only way to synchronize your files and other data online.
Peer-to-peer computing, a decentralized setup where members of a network both supply and receive data, is becoming a worthy alternative as shown by the first anniversary of BitTorrent Sync.
"When we first released BitTorrent Sync as an Open Beta to the public a year ago, we knew we had something with great potential. It was a big idea in a little app: put users back in control of their data with a syncing tool that bypasses the cloud," BitTorrent said in a blog post.
It thanked its users for helping it develop Sync "each step of the way" so it "works simply, effectively, and offers flexibility in moving data."
BitTorrent Sync presently claims to offer "secure, unlimited file-syncing," stressing the software never stores users' files on servers so they "stay safe from data breaches."
It also said that without a cloud's central administrative unit, members of a network can send and sync "without speed limits."
Also, it said users can "sync, send and share as much as (they) want" as there is no file size limit (http://www.bittorrent.com/sync).
"We knew that we could offer total control over your data and the way you move it, without relying on costly and insecure third party servers – and to do so at the maximum speed your internet connection will allow. Life is fast, so why should you wait for your data to travel up to the cloud and then back down to your devices when it’s much faster to go directly?" BitTorrent said.
Wide range of applications
BitTorrent said the Sync app has opened up possibilities for the peer-to-peer model, citing:
  • Jacob Scott, a cancer researcher who uses Sync to move huge amounts of scientific data and collaborate with other researchers around the world.
  • Ken Erwin, a DevOps engineer who reduced web deployment time from hours to seconds.
  • a community of tinkerers and creators such as filmmakers, DJs, photographers and Raspberry Pi lovers.
"The ways you have used Sync to solve problems has inspired us and drives our development team. And your direct feedback in the Sync Forums has shortened the gap between you, our users, and our development team," BitTorrent said.
It also thanked its users for helping it develop an ecosystem of devices that now includes iPhone, iPad, Windows, Mac, Android, NAS devices, Kindle, and even Free BSD.
"Since we launched our API at the end of 2013, we’ve been growing a community of developers, with over 3,200 keys issued to date and our first meet-ups already under our belt," it said. — Joel Locsin/TJD, GMA News

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