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

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

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

During 2015, Netnod worked with the PTS and the SP National Laboratory to develop the infrastructure for a more robust, nationwide time distribution service.

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Uptime Since 2002

Stockholm and Calgary, 14 December 2020 - Netnod is proud to announce the deployment of a new DNSNODE site in Calgary, Canada. This is the first such site in Canada, and the starting point for a series of new DNSNODE deployments and upgrades in the North American region. The new site is hosted by the Calgary Internet Exchange (YYCIX).

15 Jan 2021
Stockholm, 15 January 2021 - The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) has issued a report related to the time and frequency needs of organisations operating across Swedish society.[1] The report is a response to a request from the Swedish Government that asked PTS to look at the distribution of time and frequency in Sweden.
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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.
How to move towards 100G without breaking the bank
Kaj Kjellgren, M. Sc.2020.11.25
The Internet industry continues to see exponential traffic growth with technologies enabling increased bandwidth and high performance continually dropping in price. With these drivers, we are seeing more and more networks preparing the move to 100G connections. In this blogpost, Kaj Kellgren, Senior Network Architect at Netnod, takes us through some of the key issues in this transition.
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