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Is Google DNS Better Than Your ISP's? @ Computing on Demand

Posted on Friday, September 09 2011 @ 22:42:36 CEST by

Recently, Google introduced their own DNS service for internet customers. With the latest iteration of their service, along with OpenDNS and a few other DNS Service providers, they have started to use CDN's (Content Delivery Network) to increase performance. This helps latency issues that your ISP is typically unable to address by gathering and using data stored on DNS servers based on the requestor's location.

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