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==Background==
 
==Background==
TM Domain Registry was founded in 1997 and the company took over the operations of the .tm ccTLD after a four year hiatus when the former registry Netnames stopped receiving applications from registrants due to overwhelming demands and unable to provide the necessary services for its customers.<ref>[http://www.zdnet.com.au/tm-domain-back-on-the-market-120272805.htm zdnet.com.au]</ref>
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TM Domain Registry was founded in 1997 and the company took over the operations of the .tm ccTLD after a four year hiatus when the former registry, Netnames, was unable to provide the necessary services for its customers.<ref>[http://www.zdnet.com.au/tm-domain-back-on-the-market-120272805.htm zdnet.com.au]</ref>
  
The Ministry of Communication in Turkmenistan who also serves as director for Turkmen section of the Internet Society ([[ISOC]]-ndr) chose Nic.tm to revive the .tm cctld to be able to protect the interest of domain name owners of .tm ccTLD.<ref>[http://www.domaines.info/interview.php?inter_id=12&PHPSESSID=e55b949add4791747f6ccd6f13734e4 domaines.info]</ref>
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The Minister of Communication in Turkmenistan, who also serves as director for the Turkmen [[ISOC]] chapter, chose Nic.tm to revive the .tm ccTLD to be able to protect the interests of domain name owners.<ref>[http://www.domaines.info/interview.php?inter_id=12&PHPSESSID=e55b949add4791747f6ccd6f13734e4 domaines.info]</ref>
  
In 2003, the registration for .tm ccTLD was re-opened by Nic.tm on a first come first serve basis. The company retained [[WIPO]] Arbitration and Mediation Center to handle domain name disputes and will be responsible in creating Uniform Domain  Name  Dispute Resolution  Policy ([[UDRP]]) for the .tm ccTLD.<ref>[http://www.nic.tm/PR/wipoen.pdf Press Release]</ref>
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In 2003, the registration for .tm ccTLD was re-opened by Nic.tm on a first come first serve basis. The company retained [[WIPO]] Arbitration and Mediation Center to handle domain name disputes and will be responsible in implementing the [[UDRP|Uniform Domain  Name  Dispute Resolution  Policy]] for the .tm ccTLD.<ref>[http://www.nic.tm/PR/wipoen.pdf Press Release]</ref>
  
 
==Services==
 
==Services==

Revision as of 15:31, 7 June 2011

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Type: Privately held
Industry: Internet
Founded: 1997
Headquarters: Christchurch,

Dorset BH23 1WB

Country: UK
Website: Nic.tm
Key People
Paul Kane, General Manager

Jean-Christophe Vignes, Liaison Manager

Nic.tm (TM Domain Registry) is the registry for the .tm ccTLD for Turkmenistan. It is a subsidiary of the Internet Computer Bureau, chaired by Paul Kane. The company is headquartered in United Kingdom and maintains other offices in the United States and Japan.

Background

TM Domain Registry was founded in 1997 and the company took over the operations of the .tm ccTLD after a four year hiatus when the former registry, Netnames, was unable to provide the necessary services for its customers.[1]

The Minister of Communication in Turkmenistan, who also serves as director for the Turkmen ISOC chapter, chose Nic.tm to revive the .tm ccTLD to be able to protect the interests of domain name owners.[2]

In 2003, the registration for .tm ccTLD was re-opened by Nic.tm on a first come first serve basis. The company retained WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center to handle domain name disputes and will be responsible in implementing the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy for the .tm ccTLD.[3]

Services

Nic.tm offers domain name purchase, registration, management and renewal as well as Internationalizes Domain Name(IDN) registration for entities who wish to register their domain names using their local characters.[4]

Data Centers

The data centers of TM Registry is located in Amsterdam, London, Melbourne, New York, San Francisco and Tokyo.

References