Copyright Enforcement Group (CEG) Announces Major Platform and Infrastructure Upgrades for Optimized Anti-Piracy Efforts

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System redevelopment positions CEG as the highest capacity Peer-to-Peer (P2P) anti-piracy tracking vendor on the market.

Copyright Enforcement Group (CEG) today announced the completion of a comprehensive Peer-to-Peer (P2P) anti-piracy systems upgrade. Significant enhancements include capital investment, software optimization, and scalability improvements.

The redevelopment positions CEG as the highest capacity Peer-to-Peer (P2P) anti-piracy tracking vendor on the market to date, capable of monitoring tens of thousands of unique titles on a global level while simultaneously maximizing infringement data. CEG’s advanced server deployments are powered by 1 gigabit (1,000 megabits) dedicated connections with data transfer capacity surpassing one million gigabits per month. Continuous integrity monitoring and adequate redundancy ensures data collected by CEG is the epitome of quality.

With the technology upgrade successfully complete, CEG is solidifying plans to launch a web-based client portal intended to provide real-time piracy data, tracking statistics, and collections information 24/7/365.

About Copyright Enforcement Group
Copyright Enforcement Group (CEG) is the gold standard in content protection and monetization. Protection and monetization services cover all types of content including audio, video, image, logo, trademark and text across peer-to-peer protocols (P2P), user-generated content sites (UGC) and websites. CEG's end-to-end solutions are designed to help content owners maximize coverage, minimize copyright & trademark infringements and realize revenues that would have otherwise been lost to digital piracy.

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