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infrastructure. (Yeah,
we keep our stuff in bunkers.)

IX
Netnod operates the largest IX in the Nordics and provides interconnection throughout the region

DNS
Names are your business. So when it comes to your DNS service, you need a name you can trust. Netnod is one of the most experienced, trusted and respected providers of DNS anycasting.

NTP
Keeping Sweden in sync - NTP is the most commonly used protocol for synchronizing the time on computer systems. An accurate, NTP-based system is essential not only for individual users but also for local and national economies.

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Uptime Since 2002

News
11 Jun 2021
Netnod has responded to the report on increased resilience  (Ökad motståndskraft - SOU 2021:25).
Netnod believes that the creation of a specific sector for electronic communication and post is a good thing, and this does not have to overlap with the creation of a specific area for cybersecurity.

News
Stockholm, 7 July 2021 - Netnod, a leading provider of interconnection, DNS and time services, today announced a new time and frequency site in Luleå, Sweden. The new site brings a highly accurate, local source of Swedish time to Luleå enabling anyone to get this time for free via the Network Time Protocol (NTP).
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Transport
This is the most cost-effective solution for point-to-point interconnections across the Nordics.

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Time and Frequency
Netnod’s Network Time Security (NTS) service is one of the first NTS-enabled time services in the world. This page gives a brief introduction to NTS, its benefits, and how to set it up on your devices.
Blog
Iroot 30
Lars-Johan Liman2021.06.14
The root name servers are a critical part of the Internet’s infrastructure. Identified by letters A through M, they provide the entry points to the Domain Name System (DNS). Since 2000, Netnod has operated i.root-servers.net, the first root server to be located outside of the United States. In this blogpost, Netnod’s Lars-Johan Liman takes us through the 30 year history of the I-root server with a focus on some of the early challenges.
What are root name servers?