Press release

Stockholm, Sweden - 1 October 2020 - The Proposed Standard for Network Time Security (NTS) has today been published by the IETF as RFC8915. This comes at the end of a five year development process. As one of the leading figures in NTS, Netnod has worked on all stages of NTS development from the IETF standard to software and hardware implementations at client and server levels. The publication of the NTS Proposed Standard as an RFC marks an important milestone in the development of secure time on the Internet. 
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.
Using the latest technology to offer unprecedented capacity and accommodate future traffic growth, 400GE ports set to become an industry game-changer
Stockholm, Sweden - 28 October 2019 - Netnod, a leading provider of interconnection and DNS services, today announced the launch of a free Network Time Security (NTS) enabled time service. This is one of the first Network Time Protocol (NTP) services in the world to offer NTS, a protocol Netnod has been instrumental in developing in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Stockholm, Sweden - 2 September 2019 - Netnod, the leading provider of interconnection services in the Nordics, today announced significant price reductions for 100G ports at its Internet Exchanges (IXes) across Sweden and Denmark.
Netnod has launched a new route server platform at the Netnod Stockholm and Copenhagen IXes. The new platform provides some significant new features including: support for RPKI, enabling of all standard BGP communities, and a publicly available looking glass.
In response to recent reports on DNS hijackings, Netnod would like to state that there is no indication that any new attack has been successfully aimed at Netnod or that there has been any negative effect on any of Netnod’s services, customers or the service we operate.
Stockholm and Oslo - 5 April 2019 – Netnod, the leading provider of interconnection services in the Nordics, and NIX, the Norwegian Internet eXchange, today announced the launch of a new IX VLAN peering service connecting Norway to the rest of the Nordics. The new service, the first of its kind in the region, will provide the Nordics with quicker, cheaper and more effectively managed interconnections than ever before.
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