Flanders finds company to apply for .vlaanderen

Friday 23 March 2012 | 08:54 CET | News
The Flemish government has officially selected DNS.be to manage its .vlaanderen internet extension, DataNews reported. DNS.be will take care of the application for the extension at Icann and will manage the commercial side of the site. The Flemish suffix wil be launched on the platform of Austrian registry nic.at. DNS.be was awarded a ten-year contract, although it will have to work with nic.at for the first years. The Austrian company will handle both the front and back end. Administrative and operational matters will be taken care of in Belgium. DNS.be said it hopes to have its own

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Icann / Nic.at
Countries: Belgium
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