Pavlov Media is hosting a root domain name server on its network. The DNS (Domain Name Server) root name server improves latency for end users of Pavlov Media’s networks. Root DNS is a critical part of the Internet infrastructure. DNS stores the names of websites visited by end users and is used on practically every web page. Faster DNS lookup times equals faster web page load.
Pavlov Media’s network includes 10 Gigabit Colocation facilities in Chicago, New York City, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Phoenix, Champaign/Urbana and Bloomington, Illinois as well as other colocation facilities in Los Angeles, Dallas, Philadelphia, Tallahassee, and Minneapolis.
“This is an important step for Pavlov Media as we continue to build Simply Exceptional Connections Nationwide,” said Mark Scifres, CEO of Pavlov Media. “As one of the few MDU providers operating our own private national backbone network, we understand that efforts like this improve performance and add value to the properties we serve,” he added.