A redundant mesh (RMS) tree structure is proposed as a P2P network topology for reducing network latency. The RMS tree structure may enable low-latency network scalability through redundant connections within tree nodes, and a fully connected mesh cluster at each node of the tree structure. When compared to a traditional P2P or client-server network topology, bandwidth demands may be reduced at every node of the network. Thus, latent network capabilities may be utilized, and overall system latency may decrease.

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