Good news for those of us in Asia using OpenDNS!
In their October 2010 newsletter, OpenDNS announced that later this year they will adding a new datacenter in Singapore to better serve OpenDNS customers in the Pacific Rim.
Since OpenDNS is anycasted, the new datacenter means faster DNS resolution and an overall faster Internet for OpenDNS users in Asia. If this is where you live, no changes on your end are needed to get the faster DNS resolution — your DNS requests will automatically begin routing through the new servers.
Existing and planned OpenDNS server locations are shown in the OpenDNS network map located here.
2 Replies to “OpenDNS is adding a Singapore Datacenter”
Great news! I have been using Google DNS but its slow and their cache does not update regularly.
Good news, Thanks.
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