In your special report "Filtering & Beyond" (March 2002), N2H2 is found to be lacking, supposedly because of scalablility. Volera and Inktomi, both of whom provide content delivery management technologies for N2H2 and who specialized in using the Internet Caching Protocol (ICP), would disagree.

There is a hint from one school administrator in the article that caching closer to the requestor can speed things along, which is the first half of web acceleration. But it doesn't go on to say that with ICP, filtering would scale, be it N2H2, X-Stop, or whomever. The other

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