At CacheFly, we believe that our small team, working together, with great technology, can make a bigger impact to our customers than any other company on earth.
In addition to the launch of the new website (finally! I actually had a target date of February 2006 for the relaunch..), we're rolling out some requested features very soon.. On top of the recently added control panel items (manage hostnames, manage object expiry)...
dedicated game servers are important to a gaming user because of the large file sizes
If Google’s search component for content delivery goes down, many users will think that the internet is down.
Can cloud CDN bring peace of mind? It can, if IT managers want it.
Content Delivery Networks provide the online gaming industry with the capability to focus on their strengths — namely the gameplay.
As Cloud-based services continue to grow in number and utilization, mobile access to these services is becoming more important.
MOOC providers like Harvard University and MIT’s edX and Coursera have more than 2 million users combined and are changing the future of education
CloudHarmony announced their results of their comprehensive end-user performance testing this week, and (as we expected :)), CacheFly came out on top! You can see the methodology and results here, or you can conduct your own speed test.
Our second POP in Australia (the other being Perth) is now live and delivering content, this will greatly improve performance for users in eastern Australia.
We're now serving bits from Equinix Newark..This should improve performance (slightly) for east coast users, but mostly it adds redundancy to our Ashburn Location.
As of yesterday, our Equinix LA1 POP is now live and delivering traffic.
Effective immediately, we've dropped pricing for excess storage down to $15/GB for all web plans. This applies to both existing customers and new accounts.
As some of you might have noticed, after a long hiatus, the ARN node is back in business.