sexta-feira, 11 de novembro de 2011

What exactly is Gomez Peer Zone

What exactly is Gomez Peer Zone


The Gomez PEER is a Java-based program that runs unobtrusively on your PC. You may even forget it's there because it will notdisrupt the way you use your computer and access the Internet.

Using peer-to-peer (P2PGomez PEER combines the spare capacity of computers to measure the performance of sitesiethe program will be processing and accessing sites using the bandwidth of your connection is not being occupied by you and its applications, so it can measure accurately, for example, how long it takes for a page to be processed in different places andconnections in the world.

After installing the Gomez Peer, the program periodically communicates with servers, accessing data, processing information and sending the results of processing Gomezdoing these three steps your computer is ready to work together with Gomez and get paidfor processing data to accomplish. In addition to the processing program you are also paid by the time it goes online, every 15minutes that the application is running it sends a signal to the server and register your participation.
Based on the characteristics of the computer (Internet connection type, geographic location and Internet Service Provider), your PCwill be instructed to automatically test the performance of sites - this metric collection is important and helps identify network faultsand performance problemsAll this happens "behind the scenesthat you share this connection, even when you're away from yourPC or asleep (zzzz). Finally, the PC will send its results back to Gomez serverswhich are added to the working set of thousands ofPCs around the world and presented reports to the companies that hire GOMEZ for these tests.
If you're a Windows user 2000/NT/XP/2003, Vista and Windows 7 can safely run the program and participate.

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