Bad news? Brazilian Internet infrastructure getting better
While we’re awaiting the proceedings with intensive interest, news of an improved Internet infrastructure in Brazil indicate the country is trying to improve its image and reduce red tape.
One of the arguments of the UDRP by Márcio Mello Chaves was that their pending trademark in Brazil faced months of delay due to the bureaucracy.
Well now, there will be no excuse, as according to ICANN, NIC.br has installed 14 new copies of ICANN’s L-Root server, which were originally installed in California.
“This new infrastructure reduces response time in Brazil for domains from all over the world,” said Frederico Neves, director of technology services at the NIC.br. “But its most relevant impact is greatly increasing security, by distributing international connectivity to the name resolution service independently and at the root of the Internet in the country.”
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