IDC network (idcps.com) on 22 August 01 reports: in the domestic domain name service market, increased DNSPOD and China million net competition, showing the shift in state. According to WebHosting.info data, in early January 2014, DNSPOD shares dropped 0.36%, to 20.4042%; and Chinese million net share has exceeded 20%, compared to the end of last year rose 0.12%, to 20.0654%. The gap narrowed again. Below, IDC review network with everyone concerned about the early January domestic domain name analysis service provider market.
(Figure 1) the domain name of the domain name service provider domain map (as of 2014-1-13)
as shown in Figure 1, in early January, the domestic domain name service Top10 are: DNSPOD, China, Yi Ming China, Western Digital Network, 35 Internet, Xinwanghulian, Corfu network, Chinese data, 51DNS and net love.
in the total domain comparison, DNSPOD continues to narrow lead Chinese nets, "Chinese ranked third, with little Western Digital and the subsequent 35 interconnection gap, fierce competition.
below, we come to analyze the domestic domain name service provider Top10 specific data:
(Figure 2) comparison of the domain name service provider market share
(Figure 3) in early January China domain name resolution service providers ranked TOP10 (as of 2014-1-13)
Figure 2, figure 3 shows that, as of January 13th, DNSPOD domain name holdings of up to 1500369, compared with the end of last year net minus of the domain name, the share fell by 0.36%. Followed by China nets, domain name amount to 1475454, a new 16011, shares rose 0.12%. "Chinese ranked third, the share rose to 5.1655%. Western Digital fourth, the share rose to 4.6548%. 35 interconnection was reduced to 4.4625%.
above the latest data, in early January 2014, the domestic domain name analysis service provider market remained stable. But in recent times, the top DNSPOD share has been declining trend. And then the ranking Chinese million net, growth momentum is strong, according to the current development situation of forecast, China million net will soon catch up with DNSPOD. As for other service providers, compared with the end of last year, there is no change in the domain name resolution service providers.