CacheFly

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CacheNetworks, LLC.
CacheFlyLogo.png
Type LLC
Founded 2002
Headquarters Chicago, IL, USA
Area served Worldwide
Industry CDN
Slogan(s) "Deliver Content. Fast."
Website CacheFly.com
Type of site e-commerce
Available in English
Launched 2005

CacheFly is a content delivery network provider based in Chicago, IL. CacheFly was the first company to offer CDN service that rely solely on TCP anycast for routing, rather than DNS based global load balancing. In addition, the company offers instant setup for standard configurations, a feature not commonly found with large companies providing CDN services.[citation needed]

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