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.

Netnod is one of the most trusted DNS providers in the world with a track record of ensuring 100% uptime across a global network. With DNSNODE for TLDs, Netnod provides a complete suite of authoritative DNS services. DNSNODE is a cost-effective, fast and secure way to complement your existing solution. We ensure rock-solid DNS for your business by providing:

  • 100% uptime across one of the most robust and advanced anycast networks in the world

  • intelligent connections that optimise routing, reduce latency and improve end user experience

  • industry-leading security and resilience against DDoS attack

  • 24/7 support 

  • TLD support that enables you to scale your business

  • 80+ locations around the world and growing

  • the latest security and standards compliance

  • expertise in DNS monitoring, statistics and research 

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Rock-solid DNS for the .FI domain

“At Traficom we value the service provided by Netnod as the best available combination of service quality, new service features and price”
Juhani Juselius
Chief Specialist of .FI
Domain Name Services (Pty) Ltd (DNS Ltd) provides the core registry systems and related services for the South African Central Registry (ZACR). This includes support for new gTLDs, including the much anticipated .AFRICA TLD, which will serve the entire African Internet community.
Netnod has more than a decade of experience running DNS anycast services with 100% uptime for some of the world’s largest TLDs and enterprise networks. Our industry-leading anycast network has one of the largest server footprints in the world. This means we can guarantee resilience and redundancy as well as significant improvements in DNS response times, security and management.
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