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| logo           = Blackknight Logo.png
| type             = Privately Held
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| type           = Privately Held
| industry         = Internet, Registrar, Host
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| industry       = Internet, Registrar, Host
| founded           = 2002
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| founded         = 2002
| founders         = [[Michele Neylon]]
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| founders       = [[Michele Neylon]]
| headquarters     = Barrowside Business Park <br>
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| headquarters   = Barrowside Business Park <br>
 
Sleaty Road, Graigcullen <br>
 
Sleaty Road, Graigcullen <br>
Carlow <br>
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Carlow
IRELAND
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| country        = Ireland
| keypeople        = [[Michele Neylon]], Founder, CEO
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| employees         = 11-50 employees
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| employees       = 11-50
| website           = [http://www.blacknight.com/ Blacknight.com]
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| website         = [http://www.blacknight.com/ blacknight.com]
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| keypeople      = [[Michele Neylon]], Founder, CEO
 
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Revision as of 22:35, 12 April 2011

Blackknight Logo.png
Type: Privately Held
Industry: Internet, Registrar, Host
Founded: 2002
Founder(s): Michele Neylon
Headquarters: Barrowside Business Park

Sleaty Road, Graigcullen
Carlow

Country: Ireland
Employees: 11-50
Website: blacknight.com
Key People
Michele Neylon, Founder, CEO

Blacknight Internet Solutions Ltd. is a 100% Irish owned company which serves the hosting and co-location needs of business, both large and small;[1] it is also the country's largest registrar and the only one that is accredited by ICANN.[2] Blacknight hosts over 20,000 domains on its servers; which are based with the Data Electronics Group and Interxion, both in Dublin.[3]

The company is a member of the IIA, ISPAI, INEX, RIPE, AFNIC and Nominet; and is also Hosting Solutions competent as a Microsoft Certified Partner.[4]

ICANN

In January, 2010, ICANN authorized the transfer of a bulk transfer of Hosting365 Inc.’s gTLD domains to Blacknight. This action was undertaken due to a compliance issue that resulted in ICANN's de-accreditation of registrar Hosting365 Inc.[5] ICANN explains its decision and the procedures undertaken here

References