Cacheflow accelerates Internet browsing

CacheFlow says it can dramatically improve your speed when browsing frequently used Web sites with upgraded versions of its Client Accelerator Internet caching devices.

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By  Rob Corder Published  January 7, 2001

CacheFlow has revamped its range of Internet caching devices with the addition of its Client Accelerator 6000 and the Server Accelerator 7000 ranges.

The CA 6000 devices are designed to sit on the edge of the enterprise environment and utilise the local bandwidth, bringing content closer to users on the network. The SA 7000 series has been designed specifically for dot-com or e-business ventures to deliver services quickly to their site visitors.

“All of these devices plug/play with the existing IT infrastructure,” says Maher Luqman, regional marketing manager, CacheFlow Middle East. “Our software integrates additional intelligence into the caching process, for example the Client Accelerator goes out on the Web and refreshes the most [frequently visited] pages.”

CacheFlow’s regional operation has only been open for the last 12 months, but has already grown its business in the emerging dot-com and e-business space. The vendor’s dedicated caching devices have been particularly successful in bandwidth-starved markets such as Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

“Caching devices speed up the delivery of services to users. Already we have ISPs in Saudi installing our caching devices to speed up the delivery of content to their users. KASCT is also a big user of CacheFlow devices to speed up their proxy services for the Kingdom,” explained Luqman.

Several local banking institutions and even government departments and ministries are investigating the possibilities of deploying caching devices, added Luqman.

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