"The installation went very smoothly, making me a very happy customer. What's more, I have already migrated all my records..."
Network Manager, Telehouse International Corporation of Europe Ltd, UK
"CACHEBOX played a key role in our school, decreasing the bandwidth from 40Mbps to 30Mbps - saving a lot of money!"
Albert Liu, ICT Manager, Wellington College International Tianjin, China
"CACHEBOX is pretty much seamless - it's a very hands-off, low-maintenance product."
Chris Zappe, Technology Director, Desert Academy, USA
"Even un-cacheable content can be accessed faster due to the bandwidth saved by serving part of our traffic from CACHEBOX."
Jon van der Raadt, Connect Charter School (Calgary Science School), Canada
"Our customers are already noticing the difference, especially during off peak hours"
Bob Ney, Support Engineer at Esplanade Wireless, USA

ApplianSys are Silver Sponsors at Education World Forum

May 18, 2022

ApplianSys is proud to be back sponsoring the Education World Forum again in London, UK, on 22 -25th May 2022.

The four-day event is the world’s largest gathering of Education and Skills Ministers, with over 100 in attendance, and many sessions given by education ministers themselves as part of an honest assessment of common issues and challenges.

Since 2019, ApplianSys have been invited to attend and exhibit as one of the UK’s leading Ed Tech vendors and are delighted to continue their sponsorship in 2022.

This year’s conference theme is ‘Education: building forward together; stronger, bolder, better’ and ApplianSys’ education team look forward to sharing their expertise on how nations must fix the Connectivity Problem for schools to unlock the promise of digital education.

If you are attending the event, please visit us in the networking area, where our team will be available to discuss your current connectivity plans and identify how we can help you as you develop your national initiatives.

Resources for attendees:
ApplianSys event brochure
Recent case studies
Online Presentation – fixing the connectivity problem