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Red Swoosh Hoodie

Regular price $54.99

Founder: Travis Kalanick

Industry: P2P File Sharing

Year Founded: 2001

Year Defunct: 2007

Red Swoosh was a peer-to-peer file sharing company founded by Travis Kalanick and Michael Todd in 2001 and acquired by Akamai Technologies in 2007. The Red Swoosh technology included a centralized directory that indexed online clients and caches. The Red Swoosh client is a peer to peer networking client from Akamai Technologies that downloads and sideloads video multicasts from websites that support the Red Swoosh technology. The Red Swoosh peercasting tool is a browser extension that caches data, reflecting and sharing files delivered through the "Swoosh network" or Distributed Network.

Red Swoosh utilizes a proprietary, peer-to-peer (P2P) file distribution protocol, designed for bandwidth efficiency in the transfer of large media files. The company offers a software development kit (SDK) for third-party development. This includes support for predelivery, RSS feeds, web widgets, and JavaScript applications. There is also a forum and a wiki available for the developer community.

This super soft unisex fleece hoodie will keep away cold at long winter nights. With high quality print, it is a perfect fit for everyone.

.: Regular fit
.: 80% Cotton; 20% Polyester (fibre content may vary for different colors)
.: Medium heavy fabric (9 oz /yd² (310 g/m²))
.: Tear away label
.: Runs bigger than usual