CirrusWorks partners with Boys & Girls Clubs of Danville

CirrusWorks, Inc. has joined forces with the Boys and Girls Club of Danville, VA (BGCDA) in an initiative to improve the local club´s Internet performance for online training programs, the company said.

The strategic partnership supports the Club´s mission to assist the community´s youth to succeed in the digital age.

Enter CirrusWorks, a Danville, VA technology company that is backed by local investment fund The Launch Place. Their flagship product, The Governorâ„¢, installs in minutes, requires no configuration, and automatically adapts to changing network conditions without maintenance or support. The Governorâ„¢ fit her budget and was easily manageable by the Club´s limited IT resources.

The results were immediate. “The Governorâ„¢ noticeably improved Internet access for our students and administration, minimizing slow connections while increasing their productive time online,” said Faith. “We don´t have a huge circuit, but the Governorâ„¢ has definitely improved what we have.”

CirrusWorks´ innovative approach to bandwidth optimization enables the local Boys and Girls Club chapter to further develop their technology platforms and give more students access to various online programs – critical in providing adequate training to equip Club kids with the skills needed to compete in a 21st century economy.

For more than 100 years, Boys & Girls Clubs of America has enabled young people most in need to achieve great futures as productive, caring, responsible citizens. Today, more than 4,100 Clubs serve nearly 4 million young people annually through Club membership and community outreach.

CirrusWorks, Inc. is a leader in bandwidth optimization technologies. Its flagship product, The Governorâ„¢, is the only dynamic, software-defined bandwidth management tool that fully operates in an encrypted network environment.