ISC Publishes New DNS Domain Survey Report
-- Latest Data Confirms BIND is the Market Leading DNS Server Software --
Redwood City, CA -- Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) has published the latest version of the DNS Domain Survey Report.
BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) is ISC's implementation of the Domain Name System (DNS) protocols provided at no charge as open source software. The new survey reports that almost 75,000 DNSservers run various versions of BIND. Microsoft DNS ranked secondwith less than 15,000 servers. More information about BIND or ISC.
Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) ISC is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation with a long history of developing and maintaining the production quality Open Source software -- BIND and DHCP. ISC has increased its focus to include enhancing the stability of the global DNS directly through reliable F-root nameserver operations and ongoing operation of a DNS crisis coordination center, ISC's OARC for DNS. ISC is also engaged with further protocol development efforts, particularly in the areas of DNS evolution and facilitating the transition to IPv6. ISC is supported by the donations of generous sponsors, program membership fees and specific fees for services. For program or donation information, please visit our website at www.isc.org
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