Distributed across the world, i.root-servers.net responds to several hundred million DNS queries a day. To further improve the robustness and availability of the I-root service, Netnod continuously expands the I-root anycast network.
STOCKHOLM AND LISBON: 24 February 2020 - Netnod, the provider of choice for many of the largest Top Level Domains (TLDs), and .PT, registry of one of the fastest growing TLDs in Europe, today announced a new partnership. Under this partnership .PT, the association responsible for the .pt domains, will use Netnod’s secondary DNS service (DNSNODE) to ensure fast and resilient DNS for the domains under its management.
Netnod’s DNS services ensure customers 100% uptime using one of the largest, most advanced DNS anycast networks in the world. Take a look at our TLD and enterprise case studies to see how Netnod’s DNS services ensure fast, reliable DNS with the flexibility to scale and industry-leading APIs.
Anycast DNS is used by leading DNS providers such as Netnod to ensure DNS queries can always be answered as quickly as possible. But how does Anycast DNS actually work and why is it important for your domain?
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Root server operators are often asked to comment on reports about the performance and quality of the DNS root server system. In an effort to improve research in this field, the root server operators have published a guide that outlines some principles for interpreting DNS related data sets.
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 publishes RSSAC 002 statistics for i.root-servers.net.
Root name servers are the servers at the root of the Domain Name System (DNS) hierarchy.