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CacheFly has a track record of high performance, ultra reliable content delivery for over 11 years - longer than nearly every other CDN on the scene. CacheFly pioneered the use of TCP anycast in 2002, an innovation that upstart CDN's continue to build upon.

CacheFly began as in 1999 as a response to the need for high quality, reliable file distribution for small software developers. Initially advertiser supported, popularity with larger developers resulted in the addition of a pay-per-use system to the business model providing ad-free downloads.

Working off the success of the platform, CacheNetworks was launched in 2002 to provide a worldwide footprint for customers. CacheNetworks worked closely with select customers and pioneered the use of TCP Anycast - creating the worlds first TCP Anycast based content delivery network. Thorough research and development with users paid off, resulting in unsurpassed reliability and performance worldwide.

After years of comprehensive testing and development, the CacheFly service was launched in March of 2005 to bring a new generation of customers access to the best in content delivery. CacheFly's anycast technology delivers customer content from the internet's major peering locations, providing customers with a significant performance increase. CacheFly provides users with an abundance of unique features and options, including our 100% service level agreement, real-time traffic reporting, and instantaneous setup. CacheFly leverages its extensive research in technology and infrastructure to deliver scalable content delivery at a cost-effective price.

Today, CacheFly has delivered content for over 2000 clients, based in over 80 countries around the globe. Ranging from Fortune 100 companies down to single person operations, the CacheFly content delivery network gives customers on-demand capacity, unsurpassed performance and a predictable cost model.

CacheFly enables companies to rapidly expand without adding infrastructure while simultaneously increasing performance and reducing costs.