Rock-solid Internet
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.

Netnod IX in numbers




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Uptime Since 2002

Stockholm and El Paso, 16 November 2020 - Netnod is proud to announce the deployment of a new DNSNODE site in Monterrey, Mexico
This is our second site in Mexico, both of which are hosted by our partner, the global network connectivity provider Transtelco. It is the latest in a series of sites deployed in Latin America through our long-standing partnership with the Latin American Regional Internet Registry LACNIC.

Netnod has published a white paper on the new Network Time Security (NTS) standard. The white paper provides an important overview for network operators on the issues with the Network Time Protocol (NTP) that NTS has been designed to fix. It explains how NTS works and gives a detailed description of the authentication process that ensures networks receive time information from a trusted source.
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This is the most cost-effective solution for point-to-point interconnections across the Nordics.

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 a distributed IX improves interconnectivity
Christian Lindholm2020.09.14
Internet exchanges have grown far beyond a single, standalone switch across which ISPs could exchange traffic. Modern Internet Exchange (IX) infrastructure enables many  types of networks to connect from multiple points of presence and seamlessly exchange traffic. Today, Content Delivery Networks, ISPs, hosting providers, cloud operators and Enterprise networks all benefit from exchanging traffic at an IX.
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