Infibeam Introduces Worldwide New User Online Navigation a New Generic Top level Domain extensions i.e DOT TRIPPLE OOO (.ooo) the Power Domain.

The first Indian company to own Generic Top level Domain

Infibeam_logo_New Infibeam, India’s leading and world fastest growing e-commerce technology company has announced that  it has launched a new Generic Top Level Domain dot-tripple-O (.OOO). The new GTLD is a new and major  business development in the digital space by Infibeam and is the first of a kind initiative by any e- commerce company.

 

In the process Infibeam has also become the first credible technology company from India to launch GENERIC TOP LEVEL  DOMAIOOO DomainN (GTLD) globally.

 The domain will be made available for corporation and general public worldwide through credible and  experienced global channel partners with whom it has signed Registry Registrar Agreement (RRA’s).

 The sunrise phase has opened yesterday on 22nd September, 2014 (12 UTC-5.30 am IST) for trademark holders to safeguard relevant registrations before it opens for general availability from 23-10-2014.

Infibeam has cleared all the compliances required and received licence from Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to own Internet root and become a part of a very secured and credible community i.e INTERNET.

Introducing domains under a new extension is a multi-step process that’s designed to include protections for trademark holders and give average users a fair shake at getting the digital identity they want.

India expected to be one of the largest domain name markets by 2017, there are a number of tremendous market opportunities for various stakeholders to get in early and leverage new domain names.

As the Internet is becoming more diverse, more personalized,2014 will be going to be remarkable year for most basic form of user online navigation as extensions i.e. domain.

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