Exploring the Fundamental Differences Between Network Memory and Application Caching

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Business networks require a high level of data consistency as well as fast application throughput. Challenges emerge when trying to deliver those same applications, with the same requirements, over a WAN to remote sites. In the 1990’s, application caching was developed as a way around bandwidth limitations, however a new approach is necessary to deal with today’s demands. But there are various solutions to this dilemma.

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