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Can Transparent Caching Save Transport Costs?

6/22/2012
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btaira,
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12/5/2012 | 5:29:19 PM
re: Can Transparent Caching Save Transport Costs?


Hi,


Can you tell me which vendor you decided to go with?  Also, which vendors were under consideration?


Thanks,


Brent

Yair Shapira
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Yair Shapira,
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12/5/2012 | 5:29:13 PM
re: Can Transparent Caching Save Transport Costs?


If you're in need for reduced transport/transit costs, I suggest you take a look at DiViCloud - a novel service, offering capacity expansion at half price, at any location worldwide, without any initial investment, and within 24 hours. DiViCloud is significantly more efficient then transparent cache, eliminates the cache practice of runing after the changes in Internet applications and content, and does not expose the ISP to legal issues. In case you already have a cache, DiViCloud will provide virtual capacity on top of the cache.

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