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Matthew Kaufman on why Skype is Dropping Peer-to-Peer

by Jonathan Allen on  Jun 24, 2013

In the wake of the NSA revelations in the United States, Skype’s decision to switch from a peer-to-peer network to a server-based network has raised some eyebrows. In a recent email Matthew Kaufman, principal architect of Skype, explained why the change was necessary.

Lessons Learned from Skype’s Outage

by Abel Avram on  Dec 30, 2010 11

On December 22nd, 1600 GMT, the Skype services started to become unavailable, in the beginning for a small part of the users, then for more and more, until the network was down for about 24 hours. A week later, Lars Rabbe, CIO at Skype, explained what happened in a post-mortem analysis of the outage.

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