.PR Top Level Domain is the eighth user that hosts copies of its ccTLD zone in the LACTLD Anycast Cloud. Its incorporation will allow the ccTLD to obtain significant benefits in terms of speed, availability and resilience.
NIC .VE participated in a technical training aimed at maintaining a secure and resilient DNS in the region. The initiative was driven by LACTLD members and it received the support from ICANN and LACNIC.
With the support of Internet Society, LACTLD members and the Network Operators Group of Latin America and the Caribbean (LACNOG) met in the city of Rosario, Argentina, to exchange ideas, discuss common challenges and share their present projects.
ccNSO: founding, development and present functions of the ICANN Country Code Names Supporting Organization. By Patricio Poblete.
Patricio Poblete explains how the ccNSO was created and what was the participation of the ccTLDs in the early days of ICANN.
The Internet Governance Forum 2018 was held from 12 to 14 November. More than 3000 onsite and remote delegates participated in the 171 sessions at the meeting hosted by the Government of France at the headquarters of UNESCO, in Paris.
LACTLD submitted its comments on the reservation of the 2-character strings at the top level consisting of one letter and one digit.
Patrik Fältström is the Technical Director and Head of Security at Netnod. He is also a member of the ICANN’s SSAC. In this article, he explains the risks and problems associated to the use of emojis in domain names.
NIC.DO and LACTLD signed the agreement that establishes the registry incorporation to our Anycast Cloud. NIC.DO is the seventh client that hosts copies of its ccTLD zone in the different nodes that integrate the Cloud.
Rafael 'Lito' Ibarra, president and CEO of SVNet, and Miguel Ignacio Estrada, general manager of LACTLD, signed the agreement that establishes the .SV integration as a client of the LACTLD Anycast Cloud. The signing took place on Wednesday, September 26, 2018 in the city of Rosario, Argentina.
The LACTLD Technical Workshop was held on September 25th and 26th in the city of Rosario, Argentina. The members of our community offered and participated in different sessions together with representatives from organizations such as LACNIC, ICANN, InternetNZ and Diamond Key Security.