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Anycasted Network

At the core of our technology is an advanced globally anycasted DNS network — built from the ground up for high availability and performance


The NS1 Global Network

24 network POPs, 6 continents to ensure you get the best performance — any time, anywhere





North America International
YYZ03 Toronto, ON GRU04 Sao Paulo, BR
LGA04 New York City, NY LHR04 London, UK
IAD03 Ashburn, VA AMS03 Amsterdam, NL
ATL02 Atlanta, GA FRA03 Frankfurt, DE
MIA02 Miami, FL OTP02 Bucharest, RO
ORD03 Chicago, IL JNB01 Johannesburg, ZA
DAL04 Dallas, TX MAA02 Chennai, IN
DEN02 Denver, CO NRT03 Tokyo, JP
SEA03 Seattle, WA HKG05 Hong Kong, HK
SJC03 San Jose, CA SIN04 Singapore, SG
LAX02 Los Angeles, CA SYD03 Sydney, AU
  HEL01 Helsinki, FI
  ORY02 Paris, FR

NS1 has built on decades of experience in the internet infrastructure & hosting industry to develop a best-in-class anycasted DNS network. NS1 leverages both traditional colocation alongside established hosting providers who have solid networks and peering agreements in place with hundreds of ISPs, including valuable eyeball networks and major recursive DNS providers.

In addition to utilizing transit from the best Tier 1 providers in each region, NS1 is able to select from more than dozens of smaller NSPs and leverage major peering exchanges in order to find the healthiest and fastest route available to deliver your DNS.
NS1’s network is blazing fast, and it’s also incredibly deep, with hundreds of Gbps of capacity online at all times.

Constantly improving

Today NS1 is deployed in 24 locations around the globe with some of the best network providers in the industry. NS1 constantly works with our providers to optimize our routes and incorporate additional upstream providers into our blend. The result is an IP network comprised of the best self-healing and anycasted transit providers on the planet, offering unparalleled reach, capacity, reliability, and performance to where it matters most: your end users and their upstream DNS providers.