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Loudcloud cuts server deal with CacheFlow

Loudcloud, a company that hosts Web site and e-commerce operations for others, announced a partnership to use servers from CacheFlow as part of a service to expand Web site performance. "Caching" servers, such as those from CacheFlow, stash data around the Internet, speeding up access by making sure information is closer to the computers that actually need it. Loudcloud's new "Caching Cloud" service uses CacheFlow's 700 series of servers, the company said Wednesday.

Loudcloud, a company that hosts Web site and e-commerce operations for others, announced a partnership to use servers from CacheFlow as part of a service to expand Web site performance. "Caching" servers, such as those from CacheFlow, stash data around the Internet, speeding up access by making sure information is closer to the computers that actually need it.

Loudcloud's new "Caching Cloud" service uses CacheFlow's 700 series of servers, the company said Wednesday.