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commercial organization (in internet addresses)
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Today, at 11:30AM EST, Global Name Registry, the global operator of the .
com, mostly taken by companies over the past 15 years, before most individuals understood the value of having their identity as an Internet address, the .
GNR Limited is the parent company of The Global Name Registry, Limited, which operates a generic top-level domain (gTLD) registry that offers individuals around the world the opportunity to purchase a web address and email address in the form of their name, ending with the suffix .
SR expects its e-mail service to successfully compete against services offered by Hotmail, Yahoo, AOL, as well as the newly established domain .
Global Name Registry, Responsible For Top Level-Domain .
UltraDNS' carrier-class, 100 percent fail-safe outsourced DNS infrastructure solution will guarantee the fast and reliable resolution of all .
name, the world's first top-level domain exclusively for individuals, announced today an extended timeframe for the registration and public availability of .
The ongoing dialogue between GNR and its partner registrars has resulted in the decision to extend the Sunrise Period, during which intellectual property protection products are made available, and the first Landrush Period, in which individuals may make requests for .
Ebone is providing hosting and IP services to GNR for its .
It will play an invaluable role in ensuring that the connectivity needs of the .
Tsai has responsibility for all operations related to running the new .