Monday, December 2, 2019 (Boston, MA)
Muzit Inc., a big data company, today announced the release of a White Paper reviewing the current volume of entertainment downloads via global peer to peer file sharing networks. The first of its kind report tracks download volume of software, music, movies, TV shows, video games and other forms of digital content sharing.
"It is clear that with more and more people cutting the cord and moving away from traditional Cable TV subscriptions, the volume of entertainment downloads is massive and has surpassed the music industry" said Dr. Fotios Kokkotos, Muzit’s Chief Data Officer. "In addition, the volume of software downloads is now in the billions" added Dr. Kokkotos.
The study includes data from 278 million global IP addresses.
Download White Paper (.pdf)
Muzit’s TRACE Platform is both a big data solution software and a disruptor to the way the software and entertainment industries have treated the world’s largest distribution channel, P2P file sharing. Muzit’s TRACE was conceived by copyright owners, industry insiders and technology industry veterans to provide software companies, content producers, artists and other copyright owners a unique solution to market and monetize the untapped P2P file sharing community. With approximately 3.5 billion people connected to internet globally, and only 10% of them paying for subscriptions to streaming services, piracy is a thriving current phenomenon and an enormous opportunity for creating a new market of paid subscribers. Muzit’s TRACE software collects unauthorized global P2P distribution of copyrighted content and provides powerful data analytics by utilizing artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques. For more information, visit www.muzit.com.