Bandwidth hogs have been banished at Brandon School District, as CACHEBOX solves their slowing Internet crisis by serving software updates locally.
Reaching FCC's 100Kbps per student target would give Woodland SD 50 exactly the bandwidth they need.
But using CACHEBOX to achieve the same would save them, and the FCC, $100k over 5 years.Full details
To maintain low tuition fees, Calexico Mission School is careful with tech budgets.
Caching has shaved thousands off the district's bandwidth bill, whilst delivering capacity and speed increases.Full details
Durant's 85Mbps is often saturated with peak demand over 680Mbps, but at over $4k p/m for 85Mbps, purchasing 10 times more bandwidth is not sensible.
With CACHEBOX, a much smaller upgrade is all that's needed.Full details
The cost of FCC's 2016 bandwidth target is very high for St Johns. The 2018 target seems impossible but with CACHEBOX, students won't miss out on fast web content.Full details
As a rural school, even small connections cost big bucks. With CACHEBOX, the school could serve the same volume of web content using just a 50Mbps internet connection, saving $9k each year on bandwidth.Full Details
Miami-Dade CPS found that, despite most files being small, access to its learning platform was very slow regardless of bandwidth availability.
With CACHEBOX, content that took 30 seconds now loads instantly.Full details
Oak Grove's 1Gbps connection puts it well over FCCs 100Kbps per student target.
But with CACHEBOX bandwidth saving, the same can be achieved at a much lower cost.Full details
With a 35Mbps pipe, Sioux Central's connection often maxed out with peak demand over 140Mbps.
A big bandwidth upgrade was tempting but caching was far more cost-effective.Full details
Newcomerstown district serves 961 students across 4 schools with a 200Mbps connection. However, demand would often spike significantly higher, resulting in congestion and a slow user experience.
CACHEBOX provides an additional 600Mbps at these peak times, eliminating congestion.Full details
Even with a 10Gbps internet connection - over 400Kbps per student - Anaheim Union's caching reports show that content could still be very slow. CACHEBOX serves the same content 30 times faster.Full details
Glenbard pays over $7200 per month for 2Gbps bandwidth, but over half of all traffic is Software updates for 1:1 devices. CACHEBOX has reclaimed that capacity for education content.Full details
With a 1Gbps connection Westwood CSD have twice the FCC's 2018 1Mbps per student target. But, without caching, content can still be slow in the classroom.Full details
Nueces Canyon's 45Mbps pipe was often saturated by heavy files, like MS Windows software updates. Needing to reduce congestion, to enable a 1:1 'LearnPad' scheme, Nueces turned to CACHEBOX for a solution.Full details
St Paul Public School District has 5 times FCC's 100Kbps per student and uses caching to deal with bandwidth hogs and WAN bottlenecks.Full details
Pickens wanted to support a BYOD scheme but ensure congestion wouldn't cause slow internet and low engagement levels, they deployed CACHEBOX instead of upgrading their already expensive bandwidth.Full details
Trinity's 50Mbps was heavily congested at peak times such as the start of lessons.
With CACHEBOX, the school has gained the equivalent of a 350Mbps connection.Full details
By serving web content from within the LAN, Highland Schools guarantee faster access in the classroom.
Priority education content is now served up-to 40 times faster.Full details
North Palos students experienced a very hit and miss experience when it came to accessing learning content.
Before it deployed caching, the district was on the verge of banning content for it's 1:1 e-Learning programme.Full details
200Mbps should mean fast classroom content, but there's more to speed than the size of your connection.
CACHEBOX delivers key content 1000s of times faster than the internet.Full details
Brandon School District benefits from a 10Gbps internet connection to support less than 3000 students. But the district found that large software download files for the 3000 devices on its 1:1 scheme continued to cause congestion that made the connection too slow for effective e-learning.
They deployed a CACHEBOX and quickly freed up between 40 and 75% of their bandwidth, leading to faster access to content in class.
Providing sufficient Internet capacity for their 1:1 e-Learning was high priority for Black River Falls.
They deployed a CACHEBOX and quickly freed up 50% of their bandwidth for faster access to content.Full details
700 students eager for content. Six buildings to cover. New devices added daily.
Airport Community School District needed caching to cope with its network strain.Full details
With 8 schools accessing masses of learning content and video, congestion would regularly impact lessons at Hannibal SD.
With caching, the learning experience is far better. CACHEBOX has freed enough capacity to allow the district to lift a YouTube ban.Full details
With a 1:1 scheme at risk and a bandwidth upgrade expected to cost $000s extra per month, East Peoria turned to caching to get the speed they needed.
By serving content locally - from cache - the High School's problems with insufficient bandwidth and internet latency have vanished.Full details
With a 1Gbps connection at its High School, Snyder Independent School District doesn't yet come close to saturating its internet link.
Speed increases delivered by caching have safeguarded the schools investments in connectivity and classroom technology for years to come.Full details
With Fredericktown's bandwidth costing over $2,600 each month, upgrading to secure the FCC's 2017 'per student capacity' of 100kbps was going to expensive.
By opting for an affordable CACHEBOX instead, they've been able to multiply effective capacity by 9 times - delivering up to 797kbps per student at peak times.Full details
Expanding BYOD across its 10 sites and adding more iPads has caused a dramatic slowdown in web access at Claremont Unified School District.
With CACHEBOX, Claremont has defeated the slow, problematic Apple updates that were hogging bandwidth.Full details
El Dorado Springs deployed CACHEBOX in 2016 to postpone upgrading its connection while student numbers were growing.
3 bandwidth upgrades later, CACHEBOX continues to serve as much as 96% of bandwidth-heavy content.Full details
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