The company offers core engineering services specializing in Apache, Python, FreeBSD, OpenVPN and Perl.
Dyn, Inc. was quickly wrapped up within the controversy of WikiLeaks' release of classified American documents as they provided web-hosting services for the site. Dyn stopped hosting Wikileaks on Dec. 2nd, 2010; Wikileaks had made its big release a month prior. Dyn has said it was forced to stop hosting the site after numerous [[DDoS]] attacks, which put its ability to provide for its other 500,000 customers in jeopardy. <ref>[http://www.nhbr.com/businessnewsstatenews/905237-257/dyn-inc.-acquires-sendlabs.html NHBR.com]</ref>
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* In 4 years, from 2003 to 2007, the company’s growth rate was 208.7%; it was subsequently ranked 73rd in the list of "Top Companies in Telecommunications" in US by Trade Publication Inc. Overall, it ranked 11th in New Hampshire.
* Dynamic Network Services, Inc. received the ''Innovation Rocks!'' award from the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development’s Business Resource Center.<ref>[http://www.nheconomy.com/innovation-rocks/Dynamic-Network-Service.aspx NH business Resource Center]</ref>