"ApplianSys have been very proactive. When we first got the DNSBOX they called us to make sure we were OK with the install"
John Yanekian at ACL Computers (NAHB), USA
"The biggest benefit is that we can make DNS changes instantly and adhere to the BIND industry standard"
Mike Bird, IT Director, DHL, UK
"Before CACHEBOX, Chromebook updates resulted in 3 days of unusable internet - now we have no interruptions!"
Dana Lehman, Highland Local Schools, USA
"I have recommended ApplianSys to other C&W business units, who have all purchased CACHEBOX and are happy with the results"
Adam Yon, C&W St Helena Networks Manager
"CACHEBOX just sits there and does its job - that's exactly what I was looking for in an appliance."
Louis Webb, Nueces Canyon CISD

CACHEBOX keeps EMS show on the road

January 25, 2013
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ApplianSys announced today that Vienna-based EMS Entertainment has purchased a CACHEBOX to support streaming video services at its interactive exhibitions.

Attracting millions of visitors each year, EMS create immersive exhibitions at museums, theme parks and shopping malls around the world. Interactive mobile applications help to bring their shows to life with video content streamed from their servers in Austria. EMS was not confident that they could always rely on the bandwidth provided by each venue.

To overcome this problem, EMS investigated the option of hosting content locally but learnt that they would need to modify the address links in their app for each venue. The IT expenditure needed for each show made local storage unfeasible, until it discovered CACHEBOX.

A CACHEBOX100 is now used for one of their traveling exhibitions to deliver content faster and more reliably. EMS has gained the benefit of local content storage without the headache of changing their app for each show.

Event Marketing Service GmbH (www.event-marketing.com)is a Vienna based producer of high quality touring shows with an outstanding track record on a national and international basis. In 2011, EMS produced an estimated 4,500 open days with 15 travelling exhibitions on 4 continents.