2020-07-06 13:48Blog post

Summer reading - Netnod Q1 and Q2 roundup

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Whether you will be getting away from the house or enjoying a staycation, we hope you enjoy this selection of Netnod blogposts from the first half of the year. So far in 2020, we have published blog articles covering IX developments and peering tips, best practice for DNS services, IPv6 deployment in Sweden, and how to ensure accurate and secure time services. 

1. How Copenhagen became a peering hotspot 

In the last few years, traffic levels have soared in Copenhagen. In this blogpost, Martin Eriksson, Head of Sales and Marketing, Netnod, looks at some of the factors driving this increase. He also outlines some of the wider developments transforming Denmark into one of Europe’s new digital capitals.

2. IPv6 Q&A with the RIPE NCC

May 2020 marked ten years since IPv6 was deployed across Netnod’s DNSNODE service and  the I-root instances that we operate. With this anniversary in mind, Lars-Johan LimanSenior Systems Specialist and co-founder, Netnod, asked Mirjam Kühne and Marco Hogewoning from the RIPE NCC about how they see IPv6 deployment progressing in Sweden. 

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