MANCHESTER, NH Dyn is proud to announce the addition of two new clients, 37signals and SparkPeople, to their roster of enterprise users on the company’s DynECT Platform. Both companies chose the DynECT Platform to meet their DNS and web presence needs.
The DynECT Platform is a scalable, quick-to-market solution that manages your Internet traffic, prevents outages and maximizes the performance of your network. 37signals and SparkPeople rely on the platform to secure their customer-facing Internet presence.
“As an Internet company that deals with scaling and growth on a daily basis, we understand the unique needs of our Web 2.0 clients,” said Jeremy Hitchcock, CEO. “The DynECT Platform is not only secure and globally redundant, but is highly scalable and affordable.”
The DynECT Platform is supported by seven data centers across the Americas, Europe and Asia. With its anycasted network, customers have faster load times and decreased latency. Companies are protected with a globally redundant network designed to secure a Web 2.0 company’s greatest asset – their online reputation.
37signals is the company behind the successful web-based application Basecamp. The company also offers a number of other web-based applications. SparkPeople offers millions of people the opportunity to meet their goals and live healthier lives through their comprehensive web-based weight loss program.
Jeremy Hitchcock and Tom Daly, CTO will be speaking at the Web 2.0 Expo on September 17 at 8:00 pm at the Hudson Hotel in NYC.