.CO Internet SAS, a subsidiary of Neustar INC, has been promoting, administrating and technically managing the .CO ccTLD since February 2010. It has been positioned as a world-renowned brand and as a Colombian virtual asset. By resorting to the best international practices, the aim has always been to ensure the security and reliability of the domain.
Corporate / 04-09-2018
The creation of LACTLD was vital to foster dialogs among peers, to work jointly in an organized fashion. Besides, the international context required representation mechanisms and it was increasingly important to understand and develop the institutional environment to build the trust around the management of the Internet's critical resources.
Corporate / 28-08-2018
NIC Chile is one of the operators of the LACTLD Anycast Cloud, and supports the DNS Observatory for Latin America and the Caribbean. At the international level, it has been involved in ICANN and in the ccNSO. Furthermore, NIC Chile has contributed to the innovation of Chile in many aspects, such as the development of electronic billing and the online arbitration system for dispute resolution regarding domain names.
Corporate / 24-08-2018
LACTLD celebrated its 20th Anniversary. The organization has consolidated its institutional strength and has broadened its portfolio of projects relative to the new challenges for its members, posed by the DNS political, technical and commercial aspects. In the following video, we share with you our institutional milestones from these 20 years:
Corporate / 17-08-2018
Belize provisioned its corresponding top-level domain between 1992 and 1993, even though at that time there was no Internet connectivity in the country. The IANA assigned the management of the ccTLD to the then University College of Belize, a precursor to the current University of Belize, through to a team effort led by the United Kingdom’s Volunteer Service Organization.
Corporate / 16-08-2018
The “NIC” list, which would be the start of LACTLD’s list, was created and hosted in NIC.MX towards the end of 1997. At the beginning of 1998, conversations started to take place with the IFWP, which was emerging during that year, together with the need to find an environment that could glue all ccTLDs together.