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Predictive Prefetch

Grab & Serve Data Before It’s Needed

Stay ahead of user requests

Traditionally, page elements don’t begin loading until after a user taps or clicks. Now you can take advantage of the time a user spends browsing by pre-populating content likely to be tapped through direct, programmatic control of the cache in the user’s device.

Load pages in the blink of an eye

By requesting and loading images, videos, and other cached content directly into the browser, users are delivered pages that can load in under 400ms – faster than the eye can blink.

Prioritize commonly viewed items

Identify what pages and assets are most visited and clicked, and tell the browser to request that item and store it in the cache for future use.

Bypass server overload

Normally the increased traffic from this kind of data streaming would overload your server, but App Edge acts as a “shield” to protect your origin for this load.

Save content for later

Prefetched data is held in the service worker cache so it can be used in the event that the user navigates away from your website and returns later.

Prioritize important requests

Data is prefetched with low priority so that these requests will not block other more important requests like navigation and images.

Instant speed requires an end-to-end solution

Edgio AppOps predictive prefetching extends the edge all the way to the browser.

“Everyone has commented on how blazing fast our site is.”
Sam Grossman, COO - Sharper Image

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