DNS

16 Feb 2017
Netnod publishes RSSAC 002 statistics for i.root-servers.net.
25 Oct 2016
Root name servers are the servers at the root of the Domain Name System (DNS) hierarchy.
24 Oct 2016
The Domain Name System is a system without which the rest of the Internet doesn’t work. Without the DNS, typing in www.netnod.se or any of the other names you use on a regular basis would get you nowhere.
22 Oct 2016
Every device connected to the Internet needs a unique Internet Protocol (IP) address so it can communicate with other devices. IP addresses identify devices within networks, allowing the Internet’s routing system to transfer packets of data between hosts (such as a computer, website, or mobile device). IPv4 and IPv6 are the forms of IP addresses in use today.
4 Oct 2016
Netnod congratulates the global Internet community on the successful transfer of the stewardship of the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) functions to the global Internet community.
25 Sep 2016
These are the basic facts and information about peering with Netnod. (ASN 8674).
24 Sep 2016
The Domain Name System (DNS) is the distributed hierarchical database on which most Internet services and applications rely and depend. The root of this hierarchy is anchored on 13 domain name servers scattered across the globe. 
24 Sep 2016
Netnod's Lars-Johan Liman answers frequently asked questions about Internet's root servers functions. Read here to better understand how they function.
23 Sep 2016
As a non-profit organisation working for the good of the Internet, Netnod offers limited DNS slave services to certain TLDs on a pro bono basis. The goal is to contribute to a more accessible, stable and secure Internet by providing support to small TLDs with limited resources.

23 Sep 2016
“Guarantee your customers 100% uptime by using one of the largest and most robust DNS anycast infrastructures in the world”
23 Sep 2016
As the operator of a root server, and the provider of choice for some of the largest TLDs, Netnod has been ensuring the stability and security of critical DNS infrastructure for more than 20 years.