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TPP appointed exclusive international domain registrar for Solomon Islands

  • 07 December, 2004 00:34

<p>TPP Internet Australia (TPP), has announced that Solomon Telekom Company Limited (Solomon Telekom ) has appointed TPP as the exclusive international domain name registrar for the Solomon Islands (.sb). TPP will commence registering .sb domains from early January 2005. destra Corporation (ASX:DES) has a 60 per cent stake in TPP Internet.</p>
<p>TPP is an Australian based company specialising in the registration and management of domain names from Australia and around the world. TPP was chosen as the exclusive registrar for .sb due to its robust platform which already supports tens of thousands of domains. The advanced technology, developed by TPP, ensures a seamless integration of .sb domains into the current TPP platform.</p>
<p>TPP Internet’s Managing Director, Peter Shilling, said, “This is an important step in our strategy to provide Australian and overseas businesses with a broad range of domains from the international domain space. Additionally, TPP will be assisting with the marketing of .sb by informing relevant organisations around the world that the .sb domain space is open for business.”</p>
<p>Solomon Telekom, Manager Information Systems (Internet Services), Mark Flynn, said, “Prior to TPP Internet taking responsibility for this critical role, organisations looking to register their .sb domain names faced lengthy waiting periods. Registration would be by mail and the fact that we had no online payment facility was cumbersome. Now, globally, any organisation simply has to go to TPP’s registry site, identify the desired .sb availability and register using a credit card which is filtered through TPP’s secure payment system.”</p>
<p>The announcement strengthens the comprehensive international domain name offering already available to TPP customers due to its expertise gained from operating the Global Corporate Domain Service. ”A number of Australia’s leading companies already utilise the TPP management system to manage their global domain names,” said Shilling.</p>
<p>For enquiries on purchasing Solomon Island (.sb) domains please contact TPP Customer Service on +61 2 9970 5242.
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<p>About TPP Internet
TPP Internet is an Australian based company specialising in the registration and management of domain names from Australia and around the world. Internationally accredited as a Domain Name Registrar, TPP’s single focus is the registering and managing of domain names.</p>
<p>TPP’s Wholesale Domain Name Program is designed for organisations that register domain names on behalf of their clients who range from small business to large corporations.</p>
<p>Selling through an expansive network of resellers, TPP offers the most efficient service and management of their domain names through its advanced online management tools.</p>
<p>destra Corporation (ASX:DES), which focuses on internet business and consumer entertainment solutions, has a 60% stake in TPP Internet.</p>
<p>For more information, visit www.tppinternet.com</p>
<p>About Solomon Telekom
Solomon Telekom Company Limited is a joint venture company between National Provident, which holdS 51% of the shares, Cable &amp; Wireless Plc of the United Kingdom, which holds 41.9% of shares, and the Investment Corporation of the Solomon Islands, which owns 7.1% of the shares.</p>
<p>The objective of the company is to provide, develop and maintain national and international telecommunication services in the Solomon Islands. Solomon Telekom Co Ltd also provides Internet services and mobile services (analogue and GSM).</p>
<p>For more information, visit: http://www.Telekom.com.sb</p>
<p>Issued by Rivers of Communication</p>
<p>Media enquiries
Peter Shilling, Managing Director, TPP Internet, tel: +61 2 9970-5242
Dolores Diez, Rivers of Communication, tel: +61 3 9572 4552 / 0417 330 881
email: dolores@riversofcom.com</p>

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