DNS Made Easy Announces Network Expansion in Europe, Adds PoP in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

DNS Made Easy, a subsidiary of Tiggee LLC, and a provider of global IP Anycast enterprise DNS services, has announced the expansion of their network in Europe to include Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The new Point-of-Presence (PoP) won’t just boost connectivity for just Amsterdam. It would also reduce resolution times for all users in the European region and create additional layers of security to ward off DDoS attacks.

The Amsterdam PoP is housed in one of TelecityGroup’s data center facilities in Amsterdam. This new addition to the network is part of DNS Made Easy’s continuing initiative to create as many possible layers of redundancy to their self-healing IP Anycast+ network. Further, the expansion will also apply to their sister company, Constellix, a cloud-based traffic management suite.

Amsterdam is one of the most popular and fastest growing internet hubs in the world. In response to this spectacular growth in Amsterdam, largely due to video streaming, DNS Made Easy is launching current expansion initiative. 

“It was no question, we had to establish a larger presence in Europe, namely Amsterdam,” said David Miller, Chief Technology Officer, DNS Made Easy. “It’s the second most populous internet exchange point in the world.”

dns-made-easyIn adhering to its rapid growth initiative, DNS Made Easy has proposed two additional Points-of-Presence for the near future in Bombay, India and São Paulo, Brazil.

Originally launched in 2002, DNS Made Easy’s services have grown to manage hundreds of thousands of customer domains receiving more than 15 billion queries per day.