March 07, 2005 08:00 ET
CacheFly Puts Simple, Affordable Content Delivery Within Reach
CHICAGO, IL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 7, 2005 -- CacheNetworks proudly introduces CacheFly
(www.cachefly.com), the first affordable CDN (Content Delivery Network)
service for small businesses and entrepreneurs. CacheFly's Anycast
Technology controls traffic and delivers customer content from the
Internet's major peering locations, providing customers a significant
performance increase (up to ten times the delivery speed of traditional web
hosting) without the cost of additional infrastructure deployment.
After more than a year of development with select customers, CacheFly is
now accepting new subscribers from its web site. CacheFly's entry level
plan costs $14.99 and includes an impressive array of features, including a
100% Service Level Agreement, real-time traffic reporting, instant setup,
and a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. CacheFly leverages its unique balance
of technology and infrastructure to deliver scalable content delivery at a
Ken Fisher, Editor in Chief of online technology journal ArsTechnica.com,
has used CacheFly's CDN to optimize Ars Technica's content delivery.
"CacheFly allows Ars Technica to focus on producing content rather than
managing and scaling media delivery for our users. A simple-to-use and
cost-effective service like this has been needed for a long time, and
CacheFly has answered the call."
Matt Levine, Chief Technical Officer of CacheNetworks, elaborates on
CacheFly's end-to-end customer experience: "CacheFly was designed with
ease-of-use in mind; we spent over a year working with our beta testers to
ensure the best experience possible. Customers upload with the familiar
FTP protocol, all of the behind-the-scenes CDN technology is totally
transparent to them. Customers who have never even heard of a CDN go from
setup to delivery in under 10 minutes."
For additional information, or demo access, please contact:
About CacheNetworks, LLC
Established in 2002, CacheNetworks offers affordable Content Delivery over
the world's largest Stateful Anycast deployment, with points of presence
throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. CacheNetworks customers
include a wide variety of content providers and software companies,
including: Ars Technica, BetaNews.com, Cerulean Studios (makers of
Trillian Instant Messaging Software), ConeXware (makers of PowerArchiver),
iolo Technologies (makers of System Mechanic) and Maxthon.