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Title : Example Services for Network Edge Proxies
Author(s) : A. Beck, M. Hofmann
Filename : draft-beck-opes-esfnep-00.txt
Pages : 15
Date : 22-Nov-00
The rapid growth of the Internet and the increasing number of
Internet users have led to a wide deployment of network edge caching
proxies. These systems have been very successful in accelerating Web
content delivery and reducing the load on origin Web servers.
However, the specific role of these network edge caching proxies as
a gateway between Web users and content providers suggests utilizing
them for intelligent services beyond simple caching.
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