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Google Public DNS Handles Over 70 Billion Requests Per Day

Back in late 2009, Google announced the launch of Google Public DNS, its free global domain name system resolution service, which allows people to use it as an alternative to their current DNS providers. It’s now the biggest such service in the world, according to Google, handling an average of over 70 billion requests a day. Google Public DNS software …

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Google Adds DNS To its List of Services

Google has announced the launch of a free global Domain Name System (DNS) resolution service, simply called Google Public DNS. People can opt-in to use this as an alternative to their current DNS provider. You do not need a Google account to use it, and it is an independent service, meaning it does not depend on any other products.

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