|Headquarters 🏙️||, |
New York, NY
Area served 🗺️
|Kris Beevers (CEO) |
Jonathan Sullivan (CTO)
Aron Pullin (CFO)
Number of employees
NS1 [NSONE] is an American Internet & DNS Management company. NS1 Manages. the World's. Application Traffic. We sit in the critical path and assure performance, availability, and security for all kinds of applications - on-premises, hybrid, cloud, and SaaS - in financial services, manufacturing, retail, gaming[disambiguation needed], media[disambiguation needed], tech and more.
NS1’s technology drives dramatic gains in IT efficiency and application performance, reliability, and security for the largest global enterprises, including Salesforce, LinkedIn, Dropbox, Nielsen, Pitney Bowes, Squarespace, Pandora and The Guardian. And with every organization undergoing some sort of digital transformation, we welcome the chance to help you use next-generation application traffic optimization solutions to move forward.
Software and services
NS1 optimizes delivery of the world’s most critical internet and enterprise applications. Only NS1’s platform is built on a modern API-first architecture that acts on real-time data and grows more powerful in complex environments, transforming DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (IPAM) into an intelligent, efficient, and automated system in your stack.
In October 2019, NS1 raises $33 million to provide DNS services to apps and websites, NS1 [NSONE] revealed that it has secured $33 million in a series C funding round led by Dell Technologies Capital, with participation from Cisco Investments and a raft of existing investors, including Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, Entrée Capital, Flybridge Capital Partners, GGV Capital, Mango Capital, Salesforce Ventures, Sigma Prime Ventures, Telstra Ventures, and Two Sigma Ventures. The fresh capital brings NS1’s total raised to over $85 million, following a $20 million series B in September 2016, and CEO Kris Beevers says it will be used to better meet customers’ edge computing and internet of things (IoT) needs.
The infusion comes after a banner year for NS1, whose over 450 customers globally include LinkedIn, Imgur, Encrypt.Me, Teridion, Bleacher Report, the Guardian, Dropbox, Pitney Bowes, a top 5 U.S. airline, a top 10 U.S. automotive company, a top 10 global gaming company, and a top online payment provider. NS1 claims its traffic control and delivery products power some of the most highly trafficked apps on the web, and it says it has experienced a nearly 90% compound growth rate since 2016.
NS1 brings domain name services to the enterprise. NS1 Founder Kris Beevers cut his teeth as head of engineering at Voxel, a cloud infrastructure company that was acquired by Internap in 2012 for $35 million. He and his NS1 co-founders saw an opening in the DNS space and launched the company in 2013 with a set of software-defined DNS services. The startup was able to take advantage of the New York startup ecosystem early on to drive some business, even before they went looking for funding, but one incident really helped put the company on the map and effectively double its business.
- "NS1 raises $33 million to provide DNS services to apps and websites". VentureBeat. 2019-10-03. Retrieved 2020-04-26.
- "NS1 brings domain name services to the enterprise". TechCrunch. Retrieved 2020-04-26.
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