Infrastructure-As-A-Service Company Dyn Raises $38 Million Series A
Dyn is an Infrastructure-as-a-Service company that is known for the DynDNS service. Dyn has raised $38 million in Series A funding in a round led by North Bridge. Dyn is a New Hampshire based company that was bootstrapped since 2001. They help clients with their DNS and e-mail infrastructure services.
The company has established a board of directors as a result of the funding as well. Aside from Dyn co-founders Jeremy Hitchcock and Tom Daly, North Bridge general partners Ric Pulp and Russ Pyle has joined the board. Mahalo CEO Jason Calacanis also joined the board.
Dyn has around 4 million users worldwide. They have around 2,000 enterprise and 450,000 e-commerce clients. Their customers include Twitter, Zappos, Pandora, Zillow, Spotify, etc. Dyn operates 20 data centers across the globe and has offices in San Francisco.
Dyn CEO Jeremy Hitchcock said that the company plans to “double down” on their commitment to “being the world leader in Infrastructure as a Service and are delighted to partner with North Bridge, one of the leading technology and infrastructure investors in the country.”
This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at +AmitChowdhry