Tom Daly

Tom Daly

Chief Scientist and Co-Founder at Dyn Inc
Joined on October 15, 2008
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Tom Daly is the CTO of Dynamic Network Services, Inc. (Dyn Inc.), a Manchester NH-based Internet Services company, best known for its Dynect traffic management service and the services provided over The company provides traffic management, domain name, e-mail, monitoring, and disaster recovery solutions to clients utilizing the company’s worldwide network. Tom joined the company in 2001 when DNS Inc. and works on developing new products and services, expanding the company’s geographic footprint in the US, Europe and Asia.

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Google Fiber: Technology Innovation Or Revenue Assurance?

Google's announcement of its 'Fiberhoods' throughout Kansas City is yet another example of the thought leadership and innovation being brought forward by the popular advertising company. But what does this move say about the state of Internet access in America? more

Evaluating the Growth of Internet Traffic

At the opening of NANOG 53, Kevin McElearney of Comcast commented that within Comcast Regional Area Networks (CRANs), the company is regularly pushing 40+ Gbps of traffic out to the global Internet. This is a massive amount of traffic and in many cases, it's more traffic than entire countries around the world push out to the Internet. It got me thinking about just how much traffic there is on the Internet and the rate at which that traffic will grow over the coming years. more

Live Long and (Do Not) Prosper: Lessons and Reminders from Yesterday’s Wikipedia Outage

Yesterday's Wikipedia outage, which resulted from invalid DNS zone information, provides some good reminders about the best and worst attributes of active DNS management. The best part of the DNS is that it provides knowledgeable operators with a great tool to use to manage traffic around trouble spots on a network. In this case, Wikipedia was attempting to route around its European data center because... more