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domain registration

The selection and recording of a unique name on the Internet. See domain name registrar and Internet domain name.
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Largest domain name registry will continue expansion of relevant, specific Internet identities into 2015
Starting Dot, a new domain name registry operator, has just received approval to operate the new.
The company's software and technology solutions, including its secure domain name registry and GABRIEL Connection Technology, are designed to facilitate secure communications and to create a secure environment for real-time communication applications such as instant messaging, VoIP, smart phones, eReaders and video conferencing.
aeDA s commitment to establish a management system and operate a domain name registry service that meets international best practices and standards.
DotBrand Solutions Mena is a partnership between the world's leading "dot-brand" supplier, global domain name registry CentralNic, and a consortium of Middle East businessmen including UAE based Nabil Alyousuf.
com)-- RegistryASP, a leading domain name registry back-end provider, have launched a new registrar platform, NameWrap.
VeriSign alleged "conspiratorial" actions designed to prevent VeriSign bringing new domain name registry services to market.
Nominet, a UK domain name registry, attributes this popularity to the global perception of the UK as a hub of ecommerce, and says that organisations are hoping a .
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The domain name has been thought of simply as a two-year license granted by Network Solutions, which operates the top domain name registry in the United States.
It apparently thought the ISP paid the bill, the ISP apparently thought the NAA did, and Network Solutions -- which currently controls the Domain Name Registry for top-level domains .
DUBLIN -- Afilias, the domain name registry operations company that runs .

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