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How does it work?

We use standard front-end optimisations for the first page load. After this, your subsequent page loads are close to instant (less than 200ms).

How do we get a page load under 200 ms? We can’t change the laws of physics but we’ve found that human behavior on a website is predictable. We can often predict where a person will click on a page with a 70% accuracy. We use this information to intelligently prefetch the most likely links that a person will visit. So when they click on one of these links, the content is ready and waiting for them - instantly. Web visitors are more engaged, stay longer and buy more.

How is FasterWeb different?

We compliment services like Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and caching (server and client-side). It's important to cache whenever possible. Other services cache based on what you have done. FasterWeb cache based on what you are likely to do.

The closer you cache can cache content, the better. Other service caches on the server and network edges. FasterWeb caches content in memory - basically the fastest place to read cache. We only cache HTML (not images and other web assets) so we use minimal memory.

How can I implement FasterWeb?

To implement the FasterWeb service you need to add some Javascript to each page of your site - something like adding Google Analytics.

We will also provide some recommendations to improve your first page load.

See how it works on this Demo site - prefetched links have an orange border.

Crave Time

See what’s happening under the covers using the Chrome Inspector (right-click on the page and click "inspect").

Crave Time - Chrome Inspector

Why now?

Web performance is now more important than ever. Do you want a website that’s faster than anything that currently exists? Would you like to be one of the first to implement this technology?

We’re currently working at capacity and our service is not yet ready for everyone but we will work with a few select clients.

Do you qualify?

We’re looking for sites with:

  • relatively little Javascript (easier to implement)
  • more than 10K page visits per month (for intelligently predicting user behavior)

Are you obsessed with speed?