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/ Press-Reports - 19.07.2021 07:44
united-domains AG trusts in nic.at's Anycast technology
In united-domains AG, a subsidiary of United Internet, ipcom GmbH has gained an important international registrar for its Anycast service RcodeZero DNS. The German Internet provider stands for excellent customer support and prioritises top-level security. Therefore, it is obvious that united-domains makes no compromises when it comes to security and that optimised protection of DNS infrastructure is a top priority.
/ Press-Reports - 03.06.2020 18:48
DNS Belgium signs up for RcodeZero DNS anycast network
The Belgian registry DNS Belgium and ipcom (sister company of nic.at) have signed a cooperation agreement. All domains managed by DNS Belgium will additionally be hosted on the RcodeZero DNS anycast network powered by nic.at. The Belgian registry is responsible for the overall management of .be, .vlaanderen and .brussels with around 1.6 million domains.
/ Press-Reports - 22.04.2020 12:18
Finland, Ireland and Slovenia rely on RcodeZero DNS anycast technology powered by nic.at
ipcom (sister company of nic.at) is pleased to welcome three important European top level domains within its anycast network RcodeZero DNS. Both, the Finnish registry (TRAFICOM) and the Irish registry (IE Domain Registry) have already been able to convince themselves of the reliable service in the past weeks and implemented RcodeZero as secondary DNS provider to strengthen their DNS infrastructure. The Slovenian Registry (ARNES) has been using RcodeZero for many years and has extended its contract.
/ Press-Reports - 27.02.2020 17:17
Domain pulse 2020: Experts meet to discuss the future of the Internet
At this year's Domain pulse (the industry event of the German-language domain registries nic.at, denic and SWITCH) last week in Innsbruck, notable experts outlined the challenges that technological progress poses to society, and how the internet industry should react to them.
/ Press-Reports - 29.10.2019 10:10
29.10.2019: The Internet turns 50
On 29 October 1969 two computers communicated with each other for the first time over the US science network Arpanet. This marked the birth of the Internet. In 1988, the domestic Top Level Domain .at was added to the Domain Name System, the WWW was invented in 1989 and Austria was connected to the worldwide Internet in 1990. There are now more than 1.3 million .at domains and more than four billion Internet users worldwide. Here is a chronology of events, on the occasion of half a century of the Internet.