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Rapid Growth Marks Dyn As A Major Player In The DNS Field

Dyn Rapid Growth Marks Dyn As A Major Player In The DNS Field

MANCHESTER, NH Dyn today announced its 208.7% growth since 2003 earned the company the 73rd spot in Inc. 5000’s “Top Companies in Telecommunications” category on the national level and the 11th overall in New Hampshire. Incorporated in 2001, the company now accounts 17 employees at its Manchester headquarters, from which it administers networks on three continents.

With US$ 3.1 million revenue in 2006, the company is speeding ahead in an otherwise challenging industry. “We owe it all to our patrons” said Tom Daly, president, emphasizing its high reliance on word of mouth and the establishment of a genuine trust relationship with its customers.

“Our clients rock,” added Jeremy Hitchcock, CFO and CEO. “From our high-profile supporters like CNN, Subway and Bodum to the millions of small businesses and home users who entrust us with their data, our user base spans all sizes and requirements. It is an honor to serve such a diverse and active community.”

With the launch of DynECT, its enterprise-focused offering, and the strengthening of its Dyn.com brand, the company is celebrating the tenth anniversary of its inception with high spirits and innovative services in its three areas of expertise: Domain Name Service, Domain Name Registration and email processing. “A lot more is to come” added both leaders, hinting at the recent infrastructure expansion and the company’s increased focus on consumer privacy and security in the digital age.

Originally founded in 1998 as a free service to the Perl community, Dyn has since grown surely and steadily. It now accounts more than two million users, from home enthusiasts to Fortune 500 corporations and strives to provide each and every one of them with the same level of engineering excellence. Thanks to its unique, highly redundant infrastructure, the company is frequently called upon to manage services that simply cannot fail. It processes around 500 million DNS queries a day.


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