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Web 2.0 Applications Driving DNS Traffic Beyond Growth Projections

Far-sighted broadband service providers are on the alert. The next generation of collaborative and interactive internet applications, Web 2.0, has arrived and is driving a huge increase in DNS (Domain Name System) traffic. This increase is going far beyond the capacity of BIND (Berkeley Internet Name Domain) based DNS systems. Now, astute DSL providers, cable operators, and wireless/cellular carriers are discovering ways to increase DNS capacity.

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