Ohaha (http://www.ohaha.com/) enters P2P file sharing space with the release of the first scalable p2p client based on advanced MIT protocols. Although it may be considered yet another P2P client, Ohaha features advanced p2p protocol and search technology interfaced to Napster, and Gnutella. Ohaha simultaneously finds files on 3 networks: Ohaha, Gnutella and Napster and allows sharing of multiple file types, including music, movies and software. The decentralized architecture does not require storing of any user information on a central server. Ohaha protocol itself is based on research in distributed networking, primarily utilizing highly scalable method of smart routing through consistent hashing. Ohaha plugs straight into Microsoft Internet Explorer and standalone client will be available soon.