Company adds Dyn in addition to CentralNic.
New top level domain name company Radix is adding redundancy to its DNS.
The company has contracted with Dyn to be its second DNS services provider, running concurrently with Radix’s back-end registry services provider CentralNic (AIM:CNIC).
A Radix representative told Domain Name Wire that it wasn’t having problems with CentralNic, but wanted to have redundancy in case there was a problem. CentralNic and Dyn are each handling 50% of the traffic.
Radix operates domain names such as .online, .site and .tech. 1.4 million domain names have been registered across Radix’s portfolio generating over 180 million daily DNS requests.