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

Innovative Bandwidth Optimization Platform helps schools improve WiFi Performance during Peak Usage Periods

​​​​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 for Microcomputers) is the largest technology bidding and purchasing program in the country. Established in 1982 for education agencies, PEPPM is a nationally affiliated group of agencies coordinated by the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU), a regional educational service agency incorporated by Pennsylvania Legislative Act of 1971, in Pennsylvania.

The network performance technology, developed by CirrusWorks, Inc., is radically different from traditional bandwidth optimization tools. The lightweight appliance uses mathematical algorithms to optimize Internet traffic during peak congestion periods, capturing maximum available capacity and ensuring fair and efficient bandwidth allocation among competing users on a school's network.

"Schools, libraries and public facilities are seeking next generation technologies to help them cope with the explosion of video and heavy data streams on their WiFi networks, said Ed Floyd, Director of Marketing and Business Development at En-Net Services. "After extensive review, we are proud to include CirrusWorks on our roster of network performance equipment for WiFi infrastructure."

"At CirrusWorks, our mission is to improve the online learning experience through better, smarter and faster Internet performance," said David Giannini, CEO of CirrusWorks. "Web-based learning and one-to-one initiatives are pushing school bandwidth to its limit during peak usage periods, when it matters the most. CirrusWorks helps smooth out those spikes in Internet traffic, ultimately controlling costs and improving performance on a school's WiFi network."

About En-Net Services - En-Net Services has 21 years of being focused on providing public sector agencies and contractors with state-of-the-art solutions designed to enhance the security and efficiency of their information systems. En-Net Services offers complete hardware, software and cabling solutions, as well as full integration services. Established in 1996, En-Net Services has built long term relationships by pursuing one common goal: Provide high quality products and services at exceptional values with unparalleled customer service. For more information visit www.en-netservices.com.

About CirrusWorks - CirrusWorks is the leader in next-generation bandwidth optimization technologies. Its proprietary Governor™ product optimizes traffic during peak congestion periods to ensure fast and reliable Internet performance for all users all the time. CirrusWorks is enabling organizations to improve network performance and avoid costly bandwidth upgrades in a simple, efficient and cost effective manner. For more information, visit www.cirrusworks.net.

About PEPPM - PEPPM is a cooperative purchasing program for schools, universities, and other public agencies operated by the Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit (CSIU), a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This past year the PEPPM program served nearly 1,600 public agencies in U.S. by providing piggy-backable purchasing contracts to the public sector, thereby lowering total cost of acquisition in 47 states across the U.S. For more information, please visit www.peppm.org.

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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

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