Anuncios: New Root Server in Costa Rica means Better Performance and Stability
ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), in association with NIC Costa Rica has installed a copy of the L root server in Costa Rica. These root name servers are a critical part of the Internet because they are the first step in resolving hostnames (such as www.crservers.com) into the IP addresses used for Internet communications.
There are 13 original Internet servers installed around the world (A-M). There can be no more than 13 due to technical limitations. However, clones are created that are identical to the original. Our new server in Costa Rica is a clone of the L root server. Having one in-country will greatly improve the stability and performance of the internet for all users and traffic originating in Costa Rica.