Sync Alpha By BitTorrent Claims One Petabyte Of Shared Data

Two weeks after Sync Alpha has officially been launched, BitTorrent’s piece of software is proud to announce that people used it extensively, sharing and organizing an impressive amount of data – 1PB. If you don’t know yet what BitTorrent Sync is, feel free to check our previous article on the subject here. In short, Sync Alpha is a highly secure file syncing/managing service that’s similar to Dropbox, except one thing: it uses peer-to-peer technology, thus having no need of a “cloud”. The advantages are countless. On one hand, there is no limit to the files you share and or sync, on the other, the downloading and uploading speeds are only limited by your bandwidth. Did we mention it’s free? It’s FREE! …

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Sync Alpha By BitTorrent Claims One Petabyte Of Shared Data

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Friday, May 10th, 2013 Net News

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