"Our bandwidth problems have been practically eliminated. Monitoring & customization is a snap with the web interface."
Desert Academy, Santa Fe, USA
"We rolled out 1200 Chromebooks to classrooms and CACHEBOX is saving enough bandwidth that there's no need to increase our internet bandwidth."
Rodney Leer, Brenham Independent School District, USA
"You are the only vendor that takes the time to look at our appliances for us and it really goes a long way."
Mike Caruso, Orland Park Consolidated High School District 230, USA
"Working with ApplianSys has been a joy...the team were very responsive to our needs, very easy to work with and delivered."
Chief Network Architect, Leading Hollywood Studio, USA
"Even though we have plenty of bandwidth (1Gbps), CACHEBOX helps deliver great savings & a high performance network."
Helenio Sartori, Repubblica e Cantone Ticino, Switzerland

Cambridgeshire load reduced

July 15, 2008
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ApplianSys today announced Cambridgeshire County Council is rolling out CACHEBOX appliances to schools throughout the county. The ICT team will manage its fleet of appliances using a CACHEBOX Central Management Console (CMC).

After a three college pilot programme, Cambridgeshire’s internal measurements showed CACHEBOX was reducing its bandwidth usage by a third. The pilot was extended to 24 more colleges in 2007, and today a further 236 units have been purchased for primary and secondary schools in the county.

“With a large number of rural schools and colleges spread across the county, it was essential that the ICT team would be able to manage the appliances remotely,” explains Mike Clark – CEO of ApplianSys. “The CMC lets them monitor and configure multiple units simultaneously, drastically reducing the time it takes to roll out changes and alleviating the burden on an already stretched team.”

Cambridgeshire Local Authority (www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk) provides education and skills training within the county of Cambridgeshire, supporting 2,400 teachers teaching over 77,000 children in 250 schools.