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TLD

(Top-Level Domain) The highest-level in the Internet domain naming system. Officially called a "generic top-level domain" (gTLD), it is also known as a "domain suffix" or "domain extension," because the designation is added to the end of the domain name. For example, .com is the gTLD in www.lenovo.com. For details, see Internet domain name.
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All the Taxibot partners participated in the CDR: main partners Airbus and IAI, risk-sharing subcontractors TLD and Siemens, and IAI's engineering subcontractor Ricador.
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An addition hurdle could be that ICANN is asking for "sponsored" TLD applications, and it's not clear that the Microsoft-led coalition is proposing, strictly speaking, a sponsored TLD (sTLD), which by definition are not open to registrations by anyone.
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TLD has long been associated with producing GSE items on more than one continent, but its recent expansion in China has attracted the attention of many who would like to achieve the same thing.
The new TLD is reportedly the first sponsored domain name.
SITA envisages that the new TLD would help to establish open industry standards and create a brand coherent naming structure for the air transportation community.
We are serious about free trade," the US Co-Chair of the TLD, Congressman Cliff Stearns (Republican, Florida), told journalists after chairing a morning session, where a handful of US lawmakers joined some two dozen MEPs to discuss the plan.