Cache definition

Cache means high speed memory that stores data for relatively short periods of time, under computer control, in order to speed up data transmission or processing;
Cache refers to a deployment of the Cache Service created by Customer, such that its Cache Endpoints are enumerated in the Cache tab in the Management Portal. "Cache Endpoints" refers to endpoints through which a Cache may be accessed.

Examples of Cache in a sentence

  • All Unitholders who are not individuals are subject to Singapore income tax / withholding tax on distributions of Cache.

  • The fitness requirement is the ability to negotiate a three (3) mile hike with a 45- pound pack in 45 minutes.Copies of the publication titled “Fitness and Work Capacity,” second edition NFES 1596 April 1997, and associated videos can be purchased from the Great Basin Fire Cache at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho.

  • The Group directly manages Fortune REIT, dual-listed in Singapore and Hong Kong; Suntec REIT and Cache Logistics Trust, listed in Singapore; and Hui Xian REIT and Prosperity REIT, listed in Hong Kong.

  • Sources in Box Elder, Cache, Tooele, Utah, and Weber Counties – January 1, 2014.

  • The designation on Cache Creek is from one-fourth mile below Cache Creek Dam to Camp Haswell.


More Definitions of Cache

Cache means a dedicated server outfitted with the LOCKSS software (and any other required software as specified in the MetaArchive Technical Specifications) for the sole purposes of testing, ingesting, and preserving MetaArchive Member collections. Often also referred to as MetaArchive-LOCKSS cache for the purposes of MetaArchive Cooperative documentation.
Cache means a container that is used in association with geocaching. A cache typically includes items such as a logbook, pen, pencil, map, or trinkets.
Cache means high-speed memory that stores data for relatively short periods of time in an information system in order to speed up data transmission or processing;
Cache means the storage of material by an Internet service provider that is—
Cache. ’ means high speed memory that stores data for relatively short periods of time, under computer control, in order to speed up data transmission or processing; ‘‘ccTLD’’ means country code domain at the top level of the Internet’s domain 35
Cache means to utilize a process to duplicate a communication on the Internet in
Cache means the proxy or cache Server provided by Orange for, and as part of, the Cache Management Forward or Reverse Proxy Service.