A network cache serves as a local repository of items such as video, audio, images, web pages, files, etc. within a network, e.g., a local area network (LAN). This disclosure describes techniques to fill a network cache with digital assets such as videos, web pages, data files, etc. Assets are selected for the cache based on popularity. One indicator of popularity is the recent demand for different assets. Another indicator of popularity is geographic location of the internet cache. Different assets are downloaded to a cache from different peer caches within a LAN.
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Dougall, Christopher John Scott, "Context-based Cache Filling from Peer Caches", Technical Disclosure Commons, (May 24, 2016)