DNS Made Easy, the world leader in enterprise IP Anycast DNS services, announced their Q1 2012 plans for network expansion. Already the premier network for DNS traffic, DNS Made Easy is further investing in their global infrastructure by making additional upgrades to their IP anycast network. The first two network POPs that will be upgraded in 2012 are San Jose, California and Frankfurt, Germany. These network expansions are a part of DNS Made Easy’s 4th generation DNS network deployment. With speed, redundancy, and reliability as primary goals, 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 under performing alternatives in the enterprise IP anycast market.

DNS Made Easy offers a unique authoritative DNS solution compared to many competing enterprise DNS services in that they fully manage and own their own network and equipment, directly handle collocation contracts, hardware procurement and bandwidth contracts with a number of Tier 1 providers. This is a drastic difference to other DNS service providers that outsource some or all of their network services to other bandwidth carriers or providers. By maintaining strict control over every asset within their network, DNS Made Easy is able to offer services at the highest level of performance and lowest possible cost.

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