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What is a peer-to-peer network (P2P)?

A peer-to-peer network (P2P) is a network in which all computers have equal rights and can communicate directly with each other. There is no central server.

Advantages of P2P:

Decentralization: no central control or administration. This makes the network more robust and less susceptible to failures or attacks.
Direct communication: Enables direct data exchange between peers, which increases efficiency and reduces latency.
Resource utilization: Shared use of resources such as bandwidth, storage space and computing power, which increases the overall capacity of the network.

Conclusion: A peer-to-peer (P2P) network offers high flexibility and scalability. Through decentralization and direct communication, it enables efficient use of resources and increased reliability.

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