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DNS Made Easy Increases Capacity In Dallas

June 30, 2012

DNS Made Easy expands their data connectivity and providers in Dallas, Texas.

Reston, Virginia (PRWEB) June 30, 2012

DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, has just finished the first phase of their expansion to their Dallas, Texas point of presence (PoP). The upgrade continues DNS Made Easy´s commitment to maintaining the most reliable dedicated IP Anycast DNS Network in the in world. The planned expansion was part of DNS Made Easy´s fifth generation network. The company continues to evolve and change network architecture based upon current user demands. DNS made Easy is continuing to redefine the DNS industry with engineering ingenuity. This continuous drive to service perfection is one of the many reasons that clients make DNS Made Easy their preferred choice to over-priced and underperforming alternatives in the enterprise IP Anycast market.

“At DNS Made Easy we continually look to reinvest and expand our network so that we remain the most reliable DNS network worldwide,” states Bryan Hughes, Vice President of System Operations. “We will always continue to expand our capacity to exceed customer speed and reliability expectations.”

DNS Made Easy states that their constant desire to improve services and increase ROI is what keeps them being the highest ranked DNS provider in the world.

The recent Dallas, VA expansion was a significant milestone in the DNS Made Easy network planned for 2012. The new expansion will commence with five new BGP sessions with world´s leading data providers.

The higher capacity these sites will bring to the DNS Made Easy network will offer their customers increased redundancy and speed. The culmination of all planned upgrades will help DNS Made Easy achieve the goal of launching the industry´s first IP Anycast+ DNS network.

More information about DNS Made Easy suite of services is available at http://www.dnsmadeeasy.com.

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