Dyn acquires another firm
MANCHESTER — Dyn, one of Manchester's fastest growing tech companies, announced on Thursday that it has acquired Nettica, a U.S.-based provider of domain name services (DNS) for the Internet.
Founder and longtime Microsoft developer Alan Graham, along with other members of the Nettica team, will transition to Dyn's corporate headquarters in Manchester in what the local company is calling "a major talent addition for Dyn."
Nettica offers primary and secondary DNS services, as well as email and domain registration.
Nettica is the fourth managed DNS company and the ninth company overall that Dyn has acquired in the past four years.
In 2010, Dyn purchased EveryDNS, EditDNS and SendLabs in separate transactions.
In 2012, Dyn acquired TZO, a Massachusetts-based company that, like Dyn, focused on both private and business customers.
Last year, Dyn purchased Verelo, a website monitoring startup; Trendslide, a mobile dashboard application; and ReadyStatus, a status management service.