Entries Tagged as 'DNS'
by Lydia Leong | August 31, 2011 | Comments Off
The rather prosaically-named, if accurately and precisely named, IETF draft specification, “Client Subnet in DNS Requests” (“edns-client-subnet”), has gotten some breathless marketing spin as the Global Internet Speedup Inititative. I blogged about this about a year and a half ago: “Google’s DNS protocol extension and CDNs“. See that post for a deeper analysis. (I also [...]
Category: Marketing Tags: CDN, DNS
by Lydia Leong | July 23, 2011 | 1 Comment
Recently, I’ve been deluged with client inquiries about the new gTLDs that ICANN finally approved last month. (That’s three years after they first accepted the gTLD stakeholder recommendation, and two years after they said they expected to start taking applications… which they now say they won’t do until January 2012.) Tonight, I decided to write [...]
Category: Marketing Tags: DNS, news