DNS Belgium relies on RCodeZero DNS Anycast network

The registry DNS Belgium (.be, .brussels) is now using the RCodeZero DNS Anycast network of ipcom, a company of the Internet Stiftung.

Like numerous other registries, DNS Belgium trusts in the long-term experience of the European expert for DNS infrastructure of TLD registries.

Richard Wein, CEO of nic.at, looks forward to the cooperation: "There has been a long partnership between DNS Belgium and nic.at for years. As former backend provider for .brussels and .vlaanderen we could already prove our reliable and trustworthy services. I am proud that our service has convinced our Belgian colleagues and that they trust in our anycast network. A network with 21 highly available, redundant sites worldwide, already used by 22 different TLDs."

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