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CirrusWorks is a leader in bandwidth optimization technologies. Their flagship product, The Governor™, provides a simple, cost-effective tool for capturing more capacity from Internet circuits, improving web-based performance for users on busy BYOD n

CirrusWorks Announces Results of Statewide Pilot Program Through Virginia Department of Education

CirrusWorks, Inc. announced today the results of its statewide pilot program through the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE), testing their next-generation Internet performance platform called “The Governor™.”  The results of the pilot program were verified by participating school divisions, and…

En-Net Services Announces CirrusWorks Award Under the PEPPM 2017 Contract

​​​​En-Net Services, LLC (En-Net), a Frederick, MD based company, has received an exclusive manufacturer award on behalf of CirrusWorks network performance devices for the 2017 PEPPM contract that began on January 1, 2017. PEPPM (pronounced PEP-um), (Pennsylvania Education Purchasing Program…

Frostburg State University Welcomes Students to "Best Fall Start to Date for RESNET Wi-Fi."

“Fall is our busiest season, with students spiking demand for Internet upon arrival for the new school year,” said Brian Jenkins, Networking and Telecommunications Director at Frostburg State University (FSU). “They are well-equipped and heavy consumers of bandwidth, arriving with…

CirrusWorks Governor™ Boosts Bandwidth at MakeOffices

​​​​​​​​​​Washington, D.C. – CirrusWorks™ (www.cirrusworks.net) a Virginia-based technology company, announced today its partnership with MakeOffices (www.makeoffices.com), a national coworking leader. CirrusWorks™ will bring next generation internet performance to all MakeOffices members by integrating its traffic congestion solution, The Governor™, across all…

CirrusWorks Discusses Taming the Bandwidth Hogs at Elmhurst College

Student demand for bandwidth is exploding, and nowhere is it more acute than in college dorms.  When Dean Jensen and his team at Elmhurst College began planning for the seasonal spike in tablets, smart phones and PCs, they knew that simply…

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