Thursday, July 7, 2016

Pulsed Media rents seedboxes for torrent storage


If you were online during the heyday of Napster and Limewire, you probably know BitTorrent. Like those earlier services, BitTorrent is a communications protocol that supports peer-to-peer file sharing over the Internet at speeds that are much faster than conventional downloads.

A seedbox is a dedicated high-speed server that is used exclusively for torrent transfers. A seedbed may be overkill for someone who does occasional downloads. But they’re great for high-volume users who share a lot of files and want to maintain a between the amount of files offered and files acquired.

One way to acquire a seedbox is through Pulsed Media, an EU-based company that provides the servers for a monthly fee. The servers provide fast downloads and extensive storage while owners get access to their files from anywhere using a browser and a VPN if they want secure and anonymous access.

The Pulsed Media boxes are secured using RAID 5 or RAID 10 backup and they can easily be expanded if a user needs more space.

Prices range from 12.99€ a month for 675GB of storage and 7,000GB of traffic to 34.99€ a month for 2,700GB of storage and 30,000GB of traffic.

For more details, check out the lists of seedbox pices and features at the Pulsed Media website.


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