The identity of a company
is reflected in its Corporate TLD
 
 

 

News & Announcements

[13-03-2012]
A new record: 38 new TLDs registered through UN1D on the same day.

 
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News & Announcements

[03-07-2008]
The first single multilingual TLD in the world registered through UN1D.

 
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News & Announcements

[30-10-2007]
UN1D, the first TLD Registrar in the world to offer on-line registration of multilingual TLDs.

 
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News & Announcements

[10-01-2007]
UN1D expects to open registration for multilingual TLDs late 2007.

 
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About.UN1D

Many corporations and organizations are interested in using a own corporate Top Level Domain (cTLD). That is why a group of managers in sales and marketing for international Telecom companies and Internet Services Providers formed UN1D (Unified Names #1 Distributor) in 2006. UN1D manages an European network of sales and support teams to make public Top Level Domains (pTLDs) and corporate Top Level Domains (cTLDs) worldwide success.

The implementation of pTLDs and cTLDs is part of several innovations that are generally known as the Next Generation Internet, which is intended to be an addition and a replacement for the overcrowded Internet, without the need for a separate physical network.

The goal of UN1D is to manage the coordination, introduction, and registration of pTLDs and cTLDs. On 01-12-2006 UN1D became an authorized TLD Registrar for public and corporate TLDs worldwide. The TLD registrations will be overseen by the Internet Names Authorization & Information Center (INAIC), which describes itself as "an international public service agency organized and dedicated to the maintenance of public information resources that facilitate the coordination and resolution of global Top-Level Domains (TLDs) through the Public-Root server system." There, a 7-member council will approve, create and delegate new TLDs and ensure that all TLDs in the Inclusive Name Space resolve in the Public-Root. Public-Root is an international, non-profit, federation of independent root operators and stakeholders in the Internet community. The Public-Root established a stable infrastructure that is fully compliant to the Next Generation Internet and that resolves the entire domain name system. UN1D is proud to be accredited by the INAIC.

Both the Public-Root and the INAIC are contributing to the development of next-generation Internet. Together, they have developed new standards for domain navigation in combination with the use of new TLDs.

Neither UN1D nor the INAIC nor Public-Root intends to "govern" anything. Public-Root adheres to ICANN's goals of DNS stability, competition, private bottom-up coordination and representation but adds new core principles of decentralization and user control.


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