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UberOffices is using this Falls Church technology to clear internet logjams

The coworking space network is using CirrusWorks' strategic bandwith allocation system.

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Ah, coworking spaces. You’re great in many respect but too often, you haven’t gotten that fast-and-reliable internet situation figured out.
UberOffices is trying to change that, with the help of a Falls Church-based company called CirrusWorks.
The growing network of coworking spaces will now be implementing CirrusWorks’s technology, which divvies up bandwith strategically among users.
“On the Internet, minutes can be an eternity,” UberOffices CTO Ryan Macaulay said in a press release. “We needed smart, efficient tools to respond to unpredictable, highly sporadic Internet traffic, while preserving a high quality of service for each and every member.”

Companies: MakeOffices

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