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Founded in 1990, Men & Mice is headquartered in Iceland and has operations in the USA and Europe. Men & Mice is committed to the goal of making DNS, DHCP and IP address management easy. Our research background delivers a strong foundation in DNS technology and IP protocols, while our long history in the market ensures practical solutions that cover every aspect of DNS, DHCP and IP address management. The Men & Mice Suite is an Overlay management solutions that supports both Microsoft and Linux environments and a mixture thereof. The solution is both flexible and scalable, used by many global organizations. Men & Mice also provides DNS and DHCP appliance based solutions in virtual format. Finally Men & Mice is the world's leading provider of DNS, DNSSEC and IPv6 training courses in cooperation with ISC.

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