"We rolled out 1200 Chromebooks to classrooms and CACHEBOX means that we haven't needed to increase our bandwidth."
Rodney Leer, Brenham Independent School District, USA
"Our bandwidth problems have been practically eliminated. Monitoring & customization is a snap with the web interface."
Desert Academy, Santa Fe, USA
"ApplianSys is the only vendor that takes the time to look at our appliances for us, and it really goes a long way."
Mike Caruso, Orland Park Consolidated High School District 230, USA
"We’ve got all the CDNs turned on. CACHEBOX does a great job of caching what people visit."
Stuart Jones, Outwood Grange Academies Trust, UK
"CACHEBOX helps with controlling my bandwidth as well as allowing teachers to use YouTube."
Dwight Schell Technology Coordinator South Harrison County R2 School District USA

Case Studies

Tennessee Board of Regents

TBR wanted to implement a solution that was easy to install and manage and that would address its aging DNS infrastructure. more »

Teledata ICT

The business needed to save bandwidth, in order to offer better value to its customers and to attract new business. more »

CMPi

CMPi needed a solution that would improve their responsiveness when responding to internal requests for DNS changes. more »

Lindbergh Schools District

For Lindbergh Schools District a BYOD scheme raised the challenge of how to effectively cater to a growing number of devices on its network. more »

Esplanade Wireless

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 »

Probrand

Deciding against out sourcing its DNS, Probrand wanted a secure, easy to use solution to protect its online procurement portal from DNS failure. more »

Karib Cable Kelcom

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 »

Hollywood Studio

Limited by an aging DNS infrastructure, this leading Hollywood studio wanted a BIND compliant DNS solution. more »

Cambridgeshire Council

The council wanted to control bandwidth usage and costs for supporting demand from remote village colleges without upgrading the existing infrastructure. more »

National Association of Home Builders

Frustrated by delays in getting DNS changes made when they needed them done, NAHB decided to manage DNS themselves. more »

Zaytona ISP

To cope with a rapidly expanding customer base, Zaytona needed to expand its network to add bandwidth capacity and improve user experience. more »

Trafficmaster

Trafficmaster wanted a solution that would reduce the load on the websites and protect the relationships with partners. more »

Exel

Dissatisfied with the DNS service from its ISP, Exel decided it needed a secure and straight forward way of bringing DNS management in-house. more »

Leeds Learning Network

Leeds Learning Network wanted to install a web acceleration solution compatible with the existing Symantec Web Security filtering implementation. more »

Cybernet

Outgrowing its previous Linux-based DNS solution, Cybernet chose DNSBOX to ease management headaches, ensure reliable customer services and significantly save on cost. more »

Medicine Park Telephone Company

Medicine Park Telephone Company was concerned about the effects of limited bandwidth but wanted to improve the service it provides to thousands of customers in Oklahoma. more »

E2BN

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 »

Peterborough City Council

Peterborough City Council needed to reduce the complexity of DNS administration whilst improving security and reliability for core IP services. more »

Creolink Communications

CreoLink has widened the scope of its offering to include Top-Level-Domain (TLD) hosting, prompting a revision of its DNS requirements more »

UltraTech Resources

UltraTech's Windows DNS servers were exposed to regular attack. They needed to secure their DNS quickly. more »

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