"I benefit greatly on caching Windows updates, Apple Updates, and YouTube content."
Brian Bridges, Darby School District, USA
"The manual seems to be quite comprehensive and the bridge configuration is quite simple to configure."
Samuel Penning, Lincoln Land Community College
"When we handed out iPads to all our students it was clear that all the registration activity was not disrupting internet access..."
Larry Steinke, Technology Director, St Francis High School, USA
"Tech support team is excellent! No communications barriers like other products who outsource their support. Keep it up!"
Dan Unser, Aberdeen Catholic School System, USA
"CACHEBOX is the first solution we've found which can do everything we need at a price which is realistic for the education sector"
David Batho, IT Operations Manager at Exeter College, UK

Faster Internet Access, Improved User Experience

By storing and serving web content locally, caching dramatically improves page load time, transforming your user experience. In schools this can mean the difference between keeping students engaged and losing their attention as they wait for videos to buffer.

When a student or teacher downloads an object, a copy is stored on the cache. Subsequent requests for the same file can then be served instantly, without re-downloading. As well as using less bandwidth, this improves response times for your users. This is particularly powerful in schools where students are often directed to visit identical online content at the start of a lesson.


Slow access to online resources stops educators from using content that improves students’ learning experiences and helps prepare them for 21st century careers. Teachers use tools like YouTube to encourage independent learning, keep younger students engaged and to clearly communicate complex ideas. But for network managers, this bandwidth-intensive content can be a real headache.

As such, transforming user experience is often the #1 reason that schools deploy a cache, particularly:

  • in high-cost bandwidth locations, often rural, where students are at a disadvantage compared to those in urban areas – if more time is spent waiting for content, then less time can be spent teaching and learning
  • where higher bandwidth capacity is not available and existing capacity is too low all the time, not just at peaks – such as in remote regions relying on satellite links
  • when specific education content or a learning management system is unusable in the classroom and upgrading bandwidth is not improving delivery speed

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Because CACHEBOX is versatile and scalable, our customers around the world come in all shapes and sizes. ISPs, education authorities, blue-chip multi-nationals, public sector bodies, small businesses, shipping fleets and hotels get more out of their bandwidth with CACHEBOX.

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