CacheFlow has slimmed down its high-end appliance for caching Web traffic, offering a second model with the same functionality but tailored for lower traffic.
The CacheFlow 100, due to ship at the end of May, runs the CacheOS operating system and contains 2Gb of disk space, while the flagship model, which shipped earlier this year, is scalable to 25Gb.
CacheOS uses the company's Active Caching technology to update Web pages in the cache, even when the browser is idle. Pages frequently checked by users will be updated more regularly by CacheOS, while page items frequently updated by a Web site will be scanned for changes more often than static items.
CacheOS also reduces retrieval time from the Web by maintaining a list of Domain Name System resolutions, which enables faster delivery of pages even when they are not cached.
The CacheFlow 100 costs $8,900 (#5,329). CacheFlow 1000 hardware is sold in configurations of two, four and six disks priced at $39,500 (#23,653), $43,600 (#26,108) and $47,700 (#28,563), respectively.
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