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Difference between Dynamic and Cached Content

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SAN JOSE, May 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Content Acceleration speeds up your website by caching objects, such as video and graphics, on global points of presence located close to your customers. Caching works for content served to all customers, but what if the content is end-user customizable, such as shopping bags, ecommerce transactions, form fills, and stock quotes?

On the public internet, customized content travels many round trips back to your datacenter before reaching the end-user. CDNetworks Dynamic Web Acceleration acts as a communications highway for customized content, eliminating up to 80% of the round trips.

Customers and end users have a much better experience and stay on your site longer.

Visit CDNetworks for more information or Contact CDNetworks to find out how your website performs with and without a CDN.

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