What they say about us
Our success is driven by our customers. Their needs and experiences have guided the design of our products and services for over 20 years.
Customers often tell us that the number and quality of case studies we share provided helpful insight when choosing to work with us. And now they're more than happy to share their experiences with you.
You will find here dozens of detailed case studies and, with customers in over 150 countries, we can often connect you with someone near you to hear their views directly.
Copper River, Alaska, found its 1:1 scheme maxed out the internet and slowed access. With bandwidth expensive, the district turned to caching to guarantee speed at a fraction of the cost. more »
Calgary Science School sought a caching solution to improve connectivity for its students and alleviate bandwidth strain caused by a 1:1 scheme. more »
The telecommunication customer needed to create a single integrated R&D network with visibility and control of DNS and IPAM data. more »
As the sole telecoms operator on the remote island of St Helena, C&W needed to provide a fast, reliable broadband connection. more »
As a VSAT based ISP, WAT needed to better use limited bandwidth and improve DNS resolution. more »
Grupo Alcione needed to switch from MPLS to ADSL lines for network connectivity at each of its 15 sites whilst reducing cost and maintaining control of its network. more »
Internet video was becoming a serious strain on Karib Cable’s bandwidth. It wanted a way to improve its bandwidth to add more subscribers whilst increasing speeds for its existing customers. more »
TBR wanted to implement a solution that was easy to install and manage and that would address its aging DNS infrastructure. more »
Dialog wanted an easy to manage slave solution that would integrate with its existing DNS master. more »
UCG needed a solution that would improve their responsiveness to internal requests and reduce the effort making identical DNS changes on multiple servers. more »
UltraTech's Windows DNS servers were exposed to regular attack. They needed to secure their DNS quickly. more »
Hindered by an inflexible solution and an uncooperative service provider, E2BN decided to find a more effective way to deliver managed web content to schools. more »
Leeds Learning Network wanted to install a web acceleration solution compatible with the existing Symantec Web Security filtering implementation. more »
Trafficmaster wanted a solution that would reduce the load on the websites and protect the relationships with partners. more »
The council wanted to control bandwidth usage and costs for supporting demand from remote village colleges without upgrading the existing infrastructure. more »
CMPi needed a solution that would improve their responsiveness when responding to internal requests for DNS changes. more »
With around 45% of traffic being Port 80 traffic, Esplanade realised caching was the best way to get more out of its existing connections. more »
The business needed to save bandwidth, in order to offer better value to its customers and to attract new business. more »
A fast expanding internet service provider, IPI9, struggled with high bandwidth costs along with insufficient performance. more »
Boral was struggling with an unreliable DNS service from its Windows servers - lack of centralised management, no failover, and weaknesses in system security. more »