MANCHESTER, NH – Dyn, the rapidly-growing DNS provider based in Manchester, NH announces some exciting additions to their executive team: the promotions of Lisa Hagemann to VP, Engineering; Cory von Wallenstein to VP, Product Management; Kyle York to VP, Sales and Marketing and Graham Chynoweth to General Counsel and VP, Human Resources.
“We put a lot of value on our group dynamic and each member of our leadership team serves a critical role as we move Dyn forward as a leader in DNS solutions,” said Jeremy Hitchcock, CEO and CFO of Dyn. “Our executive team has extensive industry knowledge and experience that has contributed to our success to-date, and I’m confident this new team will further propel us into a period of great growth.”
The four members join Hitchcock and Tom Daly, President and CTO, to make up the expanded team.
“At Dyn, we know a great part of the Internet truly relies on us, and we are constantly working to address the current needs of our customers, plus anticipate what they may need down the line, so we’re always staying ahead of the curve,” said Lisa Hagemann. “I am looking forward to directing our talented team in developing new strategies, enhancing our current platform, and designing additional products for the future.”
Dyn has had a remarkable year, reporting record growth for the second quarter, doubling sales from the previous quarter on its enterprise platform, DynECT. Fast growing Internet companies such as ProductWiki, Scribd, Meetup.com, and Oyster Hotel Reviews were just some of hundreds of customers that have signed with the company to grow their business infrastructure. DynDNS.com, the company’s home and small business brand, has grown at a steady 15% rate in 2009. Dyn is also gearing up for the launch of the new DynDNS.com Internet Guide, a way for users to get to websites faster along with a superior level of security. Dyn leaders have attended and spoke at several highly-regarded industry conferences and events throughout the world, including Web 2.0, Interop, ICANN and NANOG.
For more information about Dyn and its suite of DNS products, visit the company’s website at dyn.com.