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Caching In on P2P

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Another startup has joined the race to offer Internet service providers a way of managing the avalanche of peer-to-peer (P2P) traffic that's threatening to inundate some of their networks. CacheLogic Ltd., based in Cambridge, U.K., claims that its boxes push the envelope on file-sharing freedom while helping service providers contain infrastructure costs.

How's it doing it? By combining routing policy enforcement with something that most ISPs probably view as rather old fashioned -- caching. Intrigued? Read the full story on Boardwatch.

— Peter Heywood, Founding Editor, Light Reading

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