Peer-to-peer (P2P) technology has revolutionized the way we share and distribute content across networks. When combined with Enterprise Content Delivery Network (ECDN) scenarios and corporate video events, P2P offers a range of benefits for organizations. As a decentralized communication model, P2P technology allows nodes in a network to share resources directly with each other, without the need for a centralized server.
P2P eCDN leading the way to the future
Capital free scaling
Enterprise level of security for business environments
Configuration based on network topology
Easy integration and setup
What WebRTC-Based P2P ECDN Solutions Offer:
Our WebRTC-Based P2P ECDN technology have the ability to enable the end user’s devices to share fragments of content by connecting with each other. This way PeerFlow offers a solution to increase the quality of video communication while simplifying workflows and reducing operational costs. Unlike traditional ECDN solutions that can strain network capacity and require expensive on-site hardware installation and maintenance, our technology, Peerflow, enhances video quality without any additional hardware needed.
Our solution uses idle resources and bandwidth use optimization to automatically distribute video content around your network, reducing the strain on your infrastructure. Also, there is no need to install any software on workstations, set up routers, or build infrastructure. You can swiftly and easily roll out PeerFlow throughout your whole organization, enabling seamless video communication of your most crucial announcements in only a few minutes. Peerflow builds a WebRTC-based P2P mesh network for scalable, secure and highly efficient video delivery, combined with detailed statistics and device telemetry.
The HTML 5 and WebRTC technologies in our software ensure the widest possible range of devices and operating systems without the need to install additional end-user plugins. Due to the encrypted nature of WebRTC protocol, all communications and content are safeguarded from manipulation by other peers. Video streams are never written to disk / physical media.
There is growing demand for this use case, especially from large global companies. These customers can now easily deliver high quality video to all of their offices without worrying about network saturation and without any security or IT complications.