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optimize

[′äp·tə‚mīz]
(computer science)
To rearrange the instructions or data in storage so that a minimum number of time-consuming jumps or transfers are required in the running of a program.

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Dr Steven Turner, Optimisation Consultant, Intergence Systems, agrees," Typically, acceleration should be symmetric to enable a user to transfer data to the cloud as well as receive data from the cloud.
Some providers offer optimisation services based on installing appliances made by somebody else at customer sites and managing them.
Arrabal from F5 says there is also potential to offer WAN optimisation as a service over the cloud.