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NS1, the startup serving traffic to LinkedIn and Dropbox, raises $20M

Web requests must traverse a long and often convoluted path across the Internet to reach their destination. Along the way, traffic usually passes through several intermediaries such as New York-based NS1 Inc., which on Thursday announced the completion of a $20 million funding round. The startup helps companies host the infrastructure they use to connect […] The post NS1, the startup serving traffic to LinkedIn and Dropbox, raises $20M appeared first on SiliconANGLE.
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