RcodeZero: New and stronger nodes available

Customers in the RcodeZero Anycast network of ipcom, a subsidiary of Internet Stiftung, benefit from new nodes in Melbourne, Tampere, Lisbon, Madrid and Tokyo.

The anycast network of RcodeZero DNS has been expanded: New nodes in Melbourne (Australia), Tampere (Finland) and Lisbon (Portugal) are available for TLD customers. Secondary customers benefit from newly added nodes in Melbourne, Madrid, Tampere, Lisbon and Tokyo.

This means that a total of 35 nodes for TLD customers and 51 nodes for secondary customers currently ensure not only homogeneous routing, but also maximum availability. In addition, the existing locations in London, Frankfurt and Amsterdam will benefit from a server upgrade to further improve the speed and reliability of the network.

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