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Synonyms for cache

Synonyms for cache

to put or keep out of sight

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a hidden storage space (for money or provisions or weapons)

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a secret store of valuables or money

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(computer science) RAM memory that is set aside as a specialized buffer storage that is continually updated

save up as for future use

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Items that are cacheable for a 24 hour period and must be removed when the cache expires are About me, Body type, Children, Drinker, Ethnicity, Has app, Heroes, ID, Interests, Jobs, Looking for, Movies, Music, Name, Network presence, Profile song, Profile URL, Relationship status, Religion, Sexual orientation, Smoker, Status and TV shows.
Lastly, Neoteris' Data Trap feature ensures that the transmission of corporate Web content is protected by trapping all sensitive information, such as cookies and headers, on the inside of the network, as well as presenting all HTML in a non- cacheable format to ensure that no trace of the user's Web session is left behind after session timeout.
0 applications include caching of frequently requested objects to reduce server utilization and reduce page response time for cacheable content; bi-directional acceleration of HTTP and HTTPS (SSL-encrypted) content to ensure LAN-like response times for ongoing intermediate interactions between the user and server; and congestion and packet-loss mitigation to support reliable and consistent LAN-like response times.
The product also includes new business components to streamline Web application development, such as multi-window interoperability, monthly calendar, stylesheets, date picker, cacheable windows (optional), enhanced grid functionality, multiple browser window support and button-triggered task execution.
Memory is divided by address to provide 1 GB of cacheable memory space and 3 GB of non-cacheable memory space to significantly reduce instruction execution time and code space.
Previous generations of cache solutions could not effectively discriminate between cacheable and non-cacheable content.