BitTorrent Started New Project: SoShare Added: Sunday, March 3rd, 2013
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Industries Of Records, Gaming, Software, Movies
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, 2010, www.extratorrent.com
It was just a few weeks ago that BitTorrent Inc. has teased public with Sync, and now the company is already working on a project which will improve file-sharing on a larger scale.
The company called the new project SoShare, and what BitTorrent is going to do is next to unbelievable. Based on P2P technology, the feature will allow users to share up to one terabyte of data. If you install the SoShare plugin, you will be able to upload the files through the service’s web app and specify an e-mail address of the receiver. After you do so, your receiver will be e-mailed a link and can immediately start downloading the file.
As long as SoShare is based on P2P technology, the user is able to pause the download or even background the downloading process. The company confirmed that since SoShare is based on a BitTorrent browser plugin, delivery is swift, and the users are free to pause and resume transfers if they have to switch gears.
What else should you know about the new opportunity? First of all, you should remember that although there’s basically no size limit, your files will be kept for one month and after that they will expire.
BitTorrent has officially announced a new feature, saying that they’d like to share something with the users: a simple and free file delivery service. The network developers believe that SoShare will be a beautiful way to move big ideas and massive projects around the Internet, powered by BitTorrent. Although SoShare is still under developing, you can say that BitTorrent Inc. proved to keep its word any time the company came up with something new. As such, the industry observers expect for the new plugin to make a huge impact on file-sharing.
The BitTorrent announcement said that SoShare was a public beta which evolved out of a simple need. Today’s programmers, designers, and content creators have to deliver large files almost every day, and that’s a huge number of people: for instance, 3.34 million people work in creative industries in the United States only, but there’s still no media delivery service for those who work in media. Unfortunately, users can’t fit everything into an attachment. You should understand that syncing services have caps, while delivery services have limits. SoShare is expected to help everyone who needs it.
March 4th,2013Posted by:
Sunday, March 3rd, 2013
|posted by (2013-03-04 00:08:31)|
|It works just as advertized|
|posted by (2013-03-04 08:38:17)|
|it would be interesting to see what direction this will take us. out here in public we can share large goodies via trrnt sites as usual. but with soshare we can share large goodies directly with the person we're sending it to, and all they have to do is d/load it before it expires. i already signed up for soshare, haven't used it yet, will only use it when I really need it.... i don't wanna have to wait for mega to get its act together. lol|
|nice info SaM lookin forward to it.....|
|posted by (2013-03-04 16:12:21)|
|Thank you Sam.Thank you very much|
|WoW Great .... Live Long BitTorrent|
|posted by (2013-03-06 21:14:08)|
|So...what's the difference between soshare and FTP. I mean besides being able to down a large amount?|
|when i took programming, we tried to keep the programs as small as possible, now they are so large and full of unnecessary code and other things that waste space and resources.|
just because there is broadband and terabyte drives doesn't mean programs should go crazy in size.
transferring terabytes is not necessary for the average person.
|posted by (2013-03-09 17:55:21)|
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