"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
"Our bandwidth problems have been practically eliminated. Monitoring & customization is a snap with the web interface."
Desert Academy, Santa Fe, USA
"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
"I'm serving 6Gb in every 7Gb of data from the CACHEBOX for all our training videos - makes a difference when we have 42Gb ..."
John Holleman, MedAmerica Billing Services, USA
"DNSBOX was easy to deploy – it didn’t require much training to get started. The ApplianSys support engineers guiding us understood our technical requirements well – we were assured that we were in good hands."
Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN), USA

Case Studies

Anaheim Union HSD

Anaheim Union HSD deployed a CACHEBOX solution to facilitate its 1:1 student-to-device scheme, saving over half its bandwidth and dramatically improve browsing speeds. more »

Qatar International School

Qatar International Schools were able to use YouTube in the class, speed up other online content and significantly increase bandwidth capacity to use even more content - all thanks to CACHEBOX more »

VidyaGyan speeds up web content with affordable caching

VidyaGyan, Shiv Nadar Foundation, chose CACHEBOX to cache software updates, saving bandwidth and IT resource - and speeding up web access for its students and teachers. more »

Radio Active Telecommunications

Radio Active Telecommunications is a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) based in Hoedspruit in the Limpopo Province of South Africa. more »

Harare International School

Contending with increasing demand placed on limited, expensive bandwidth. With a 1:1 scheme being rolled out, Harare International School identified the need to optimise bandwidth usage. more »

Nueces Canyon Independent SD

Nueces Canyon SD deployed a CACHEBOX solution to facilitate its 1:1 student-to-LearnPad scheme, save over half its bandwidth and dramatically improve browsing speeds more »

Beshay Steel

Beshay Steel group deployed a CACHEBOX solution to slash bandwidth costs, improve employee productivity and create more capacity for business-critical operations. more »

Sioux Central CSD

In the face of video, software updates and 1:1, Sioux Central's network performance prevented teachers from completing planned lessons. more »

Calgary Science School

Calgary Science School sought a caching solution to improve connectivity for its students and alleviate bandwidth strain caused by a 1:1 scheme. more »

Grupo Alcione

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 »

West Africa Telecom

As a VSAT based ISP, WAT needed to better use limited bandwidth and improve DNS resolution. more »

Copper River SD

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 »

Cable & Wireless

As the sole telecoms operator on the remote island of St Helena, C&W needed to provide a fast, reliable broadband connection. more »

EMAX

As the first provider of WiMax in Peru, EMAX observed heavy network traffic and struggled to save bandwidth. more »

Teledata ICT

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

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 »

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 »

Outwood Grange Academies Trust

With its LEA broadband contracts expiring, OGAT took the opportunity to upgrade network infrastructure to better handle web content in class. 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 »

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