The below text comes from a news report finally released last week at OSCON in San Jose, CA. It’s seems that the Break Free trend is spreading to other major cities including San Francisco, New York City, and even London.
We keep asking ourselves: Who wouldn’t break free to Dyn if it means getting your DNS from a company that remembers your name, not just your number? Being held captive by bad DNS is simply not acceptable anymore.
Will you be the next to Break Free?
On Tuesday June 16th, 2009 companies broke free. Original reports surfaced this morning out of Manchester, NH. However, we’ve recently obtained footage that shows the outbreak has spread to Boston, Massachusetts.
The facts on the ground indicate companies like Meetup and Wikia have recently broken free from the harsh daily grind of in-house DNS hardware. Others like Music Choice have broken free to Dyn from ISP or hosting company DNS. There is even one confirmed report that Connexus Corporation has broken free from an ultra expensive contract to Dyn. Cheap and inefficient DNS escape artists like Twitter, Squarespace and StyleFeeder are everywhere. The pattern is becoming clear, that companies are breaking free to Dyn.