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CentralNic is an Internet domain name registrar. Currently, they are the domain registration operator for the .la [[ccTLD]]s (Laos domains) even though the company markets them as being Los Angeles domains <ref>[https://www.centralnic.com/names/domains Domains offered by CentralNic]</ref>. Their headquarters is located in London, Great Britain and they are one of the most experienced domain name registrars in the business. Another particularity of CentralNic is that they do not offers regular [[TLD]]s but subdomains like .eu.com, .cn.com or .us.com.  
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{{CompanyInfo|
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| logo            = Aboutus.jpg
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| type            = Privately Held
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| industry        = Domain name registrar
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| founded        = London, Great Britain (1995)
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| founder(s)      = Robert Pooke, Steve Dyer
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| headquarters    = 35-39 Moorgate, <br>
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London, EC2R 6AR.
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| country        = Great Britain
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| products        = domains, sub-domains
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| employees      = 25 <ref>[http://www.linkedin.com/companies/centralnic-ltd CentralNic on LinkedIn]</ref?
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| website        = http://www.centralnic.com
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| keypeople      = Robert Pooker, founder & executive <br>
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Ben Crawford, CEO <ref>[https://www.centralnic.com/company/news/2009/new-ceo NewCeo]</ref>
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Steve Dyer, founder
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Joe Alagna, GM of NA markets <ref>[http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/lowdown/2010/dailyposts/20100526.htm CentralNic's Joe Alagna Details How the Registry Services Provider Utilizes the World's Greatest Collection of 2-Letter .Com Domain Names]</ref>
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CentralNic is an Internet domain name registrar. Currently, they are the domain registration operator for the .la [[ccTLD]]s (Laos domains) even though the company markets them as being Los Angeles domains <ref>[https://www.centralnic.com/names/domains Domains offered by CentralNic]</ref>. Their headquarters is located in London, Great Britain and they are one of the most experienced domain name registrars in the business. Another particularity of CentralNic is that they do not offer regular [[TLD]]s but subdomains like .eu.com, .cn.com or .us.com. CentralNic has a worldwide network of over 1500 registrars. <ref>[https://www.centralnic.com/company About CentralNic]</ref>
  
  
 
== History ==
 
== History ==
  
CentralNic was founded in 1995 unde the initial name of NomiNation. The headquarters of CentralNic is in London, Great Britain.
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CentralNic was founded in 1995 unde the initial name of NomiNation by Steve Dyer and Robert Pooke. The name of the company was changed from NomiNation to CentralNic in 2000. The headquarters of CentralNic is in London, Great Britain.  
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== Services offered by CentralNic ==
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CentralNic is currently is the domain registry operator for the .la [[ccTLD]] which they market as being Los Angles even if it stands for Laos. Their main area of activity is domain registry services offered for a total of 22 sub-domain (second level [[TLD]]s), as follows:
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*  yourname.ae.org               United Arab Emirates
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*  yourname.uy.com Uruguay
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*  yourname.qc.com Quebec
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*  yourname.gb.net               Great Britain
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*  yourname.gb.com Great Britain
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*  yourname.hu.com Hungary
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*  yourname.se.net               Sweden
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*  yourname.se.com Sweden
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*  yourname.sa.com Saudi Arabia
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*  yourname.ru.com Russia
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*  yourname.ar.com Argentina
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*  yourname.br.com Brazil
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*  yourname.za.com South Africa
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*  yourname.no.com Norway
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*  yourname.kr.com Korea
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*  yourname.jpn.com Japan
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*  yourname.de.com Germany
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*  yourname.cn.com China
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*  yourname.us.com United States
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*  yourname.uk.net               United Kingdom
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*  yourname.uk.com United Kingdom
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*  yourname.eu.com European Union <ref>[https://www.centralnic.com/names/domains CentralNic domains]</ref>
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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Revision as of 12:14, 11 November 2010

Aboutus.jpg
Type: Privately Held
Industry: Domain name registrar
Founded: London, Great Britain (1995)
Headquarters: 35-39 Moorgate,
London, EC2R 6AR.
Country: Great Britain
Products: domains, sub-domains
Employees: 25 Cite error: Closing </ref> missing for <ref> tag

Steve Dyer, founder Joe Alagna, GM of NA markets [1]

nTLDStats
TLDs: 1
Registrations: 71

More Info: nTLDStats

CentralNic is an Internet domain name registrar. Currently, they are the domain registration operator for the .la ccTLDs (Laos domains) even though the company markets them as being Los Angeles domains [2]. Their headquarters is located in London, Great Britain and they are one of the most experienced domain name registrars in the business. Another particularity of CentralNic is that they do not offer regular TLDs but subdomains like .eu.com, .cn.com or .us.com. CentralNic has a worldwide network of over 1500 registrars. [3]


History

CentralNic was founded in 1995 unde the initial name of NomiNation by Steve Dyer and Robert Pooke. The name of the company was changed from NomiNation to CentralNic in 2000. The headquarters of CentralNic is in London, Great Britain.


Services offered by CentralNic

CentralNic is currently is the domain registry operator for the .la ccTLD which they market as being Los Angles even if it stands for Laos. Their main area of activity is domain registry services offered for a total of 22 sub-domain (second level TLDs), as follows:

  • yourname.ae.org United Arab Emirates
  • yourname.uy.com Uruguay
  • yourname.qc.com Quebec
  • yourname.gb.net Great Britain
  • yourname.gb.com Great Britain
  • yourname.hu.com Hungary
  • yourname.se.net Sweden
  • yourname.se.com Sweden
  • yourname.sa.com Saudi Arabia
  • yourname.ru.com Russia
  • yourname.ar.com Argentina
  • yourname.br.com Brazil
  • yourname.za.com South Africa
  • yourname.no.com Norway
  • yourname.kr.com Korea
  • yourname.jpn.com Japan
  • yourname.de.com Germany
  • yourname.cn.com China
  • yourname.us.com United States
  • yourname.uk.net United Kingdom
  • yourname.uk.com United Kingdom
  • yourname.eu.com European Union [4]



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