"Units working in clustering has been fantastic. They're performing well and whenever we need to turn one off one unit, the other one takes over without difficulties or issues."
Mark Street, Network Administrator, SURE South Atlantic, Falkland Islands
"The DNSBOXes meet all of our expectations. It is very rare when a product actually performs as stated in the marketing literature..."
Randy Haynes, Senior Network Engineer, EDS, USA
"I think that its a very good product at a very good price point."
Pablo Charpentier, CEO, Rua-Tec, Costa Rica
"Since rolling CACHEBOX out, we have had no negative feedback from the teachers at all, no complaints about the speed or filtering..."
Philip Pearce, Strategic Technical Manager, E2BN, UK
"Anyone can use a CACHEBOX, no technical skills are required"
Khaled Aly, Technical Engineer, Miranet, Lebanon

Nokia Siemens’ knock-out DNSBOX

May 10, 2012

ApplianSys announced today that Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), one of the world’s largest network technology suppliers, has purchased a DNSBOX solution after a division of Motorola Network labs was sold to its Illinois branch.

Having acquired the division, NSN teams were working on its integration into the NSN environment. Under Motorola’s network, DNS and IPAM were done by the IT group. However, in the greenfield NSN environment, labs were required to be separate from office IT. NSN teams were therefore looking for an integrated environment for DNS and IPAM fit to these standards. To acquire a turnkey system for this core network service, the company decided to deploy a DNSBOX400 master and two DNSBOX200 slaves in its Illinois lab.

Systems Architect at NSN, Michael Moats, says, “Our teams researched various products. We found that either one of the two key ingredients – DNS and IPAM – were missing on other appliances, or those offering both were not affordable. Several of us concluded that DNSBOX was the best fit for our purposes for both criteria.”

DNSBOX Product Manager Magdalena Jovanovic says, “The DNSBOX master-slave setup is ideal for this greenfield project because it provides a single integrated shared system with visibility and control of DNS data. For NSN this means timesaving, the ability to delegate DNS administration and reduce dependency on skilled employees.”

Nokia Siemens Networks is the world’s second largest provider of wireless networks and operator services, and one of the largest telecommunications hardware, software and professional services companies. The company provides a range of mobile, fixed and converged network technology, professional services including consultancy and systems integration, deployment, maintenance and managed services. With operations in over 150 countries, it is headquartered in Espoo, Finland.