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Affiliation: Key-Systems
Country: Germany
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LinkedIn: LinkedInIcon.png   [de.linkedin.com/pub/alexander-siffrin/0/633/64a Alexander Siffrin]


Alexander Siffrin founded Key-Systems GmbH in October, 1998, while a student at the University of Saarland. He continues to work as its CEO; he is also Chairman of the Board of Management of KeyDrive S.A., Luxembourg, the holding company of Key-Systems and Moniker.[1] and CEO of the companies SkyWay DataCenter, dotSaarland GmbH (nic.saarland) and KSregistry GmbH.

In a letter dated December 8th, 2011, Siffrin, along with twenty-seven other domain name industry representatives, wrote to Sen. Jay Rockefeller and Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison to support ICANN's new gTLD program, in response to the Senate Hearings taking place on the same day. They supported ICANN's argument that the program would be innovative and economically beneficial, and noted that the program took a diverse group of international stakeholders years to develop.[2] The letter can be found here.

Past

Alexander was born in 1976 in Saarbrücken, Germany.

From 1983 to 1986, he attended the German Embassy School in Addis Abeba/Ethiopia. Later he attended the secondary school Gymnasium Schloß Hagerhof in Bad Honnef/Germany and the German School "Collegio Mariscal Braun" in La Paz/Bolivia.

From 1996 to 2001, he studied Physics and Computer Science at the University of Saarland.[3][4]

References

  1. [1]
  2. New gTLD industry pleads with senators, domainincite.com
  3. Alexander Siffrin[2]
  4. Universität des Saarlandes[3]