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Neustar – new back-end services Registry for Vanuatu

Neustar, kind sponsors of DomainGang, has been appointed as the new back-end Registry for Vanuatu.

The South Pacific Ocean nation made up of roughly 80 islands that stretch 1,300 kilometers operates from the dot .VU ccTLD. The top level domain for Vanuatu went live in 1995.

George Pongas, Vice President, Corporate Affairs & Business Development – Registry Solutions Neustar, Inc. stated:

Neustar is thrilled to share the news that Telecommunications Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Regulator (TRBR) in Vanuatu has appointed us as the new Registry and DNS services provider for the .vu ccTLD. It is truly humbling to have our capabilities, our experience and our approach to Registry and DNS operations recognized again, this time by TRBR and the Vanuatu digital community.

This is a unique time in .vu’s history, with potential for growth and opportunities to strengthen and provide improved stability to the namespace, for the benefit of Vanuatu’s people, businesses and communities. We are firm believers that the credibility of a ccTLD is crucial, and that’s why we operate like a partner, rather than a vendor, for our Registry clients.

According to the press release from TRBR / Vanuatu:

TRBR appoints Neustar as new back-end Registry Operator for .vu country code Top-Level Domain

The Office of the Vanuatu Telecommunications, Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Regulator (TRBR) would like to announce the appointment of Neustar Vanuatu Limited (Neustar) as the new Registry Operator for the .vu country code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD).

The announcement follows a competitive tender process conducted by TRBR, to which Neustar submitted a comprehensive response outlining its technical, policy and marketing experience and capabilities. Neustar was selected from a group of respondents to the tender notice, which sought a Registry Operator to support TRBR in growing and promoting the .vu namespace.

The TRBR Regulator, Mr Brian Winji said the partnership with Neustar would enhance the profile, performance and security of the .vu ccTLD.
“In seeking a new Registry Operator for the .vu namespace, we sought an organization that would act as a true partner to TRBR in managing and administering .vu in the interests of the Vanuatu Internet Community, as well as the Internet-using community globally.”

“Neustar’s credentials in TLD operations and marketing, DNS security and performance, policy development and more, uniquely position it to support TRBR in increasing .vu domain name registrations through enhanced promotions, technical innovation and security.”

“We look forward to working with Neustar in this next stage of .vu’s evolution, and benefiting from Neustar’s demonstrated experience in ccTLD management and strong reputation in the industry as an organization of integrity and professionalism.”

Neustar is a global information services company with the largest DNS, DDoS mitigation and threat intelligence capabilities in the industry. In addition to .vu, Neustar provides Registry services for .us, .co, .in, .nyc and .biz TLDs, as well as nearly 240 other TLDs for countries, cities, businesses and the world’s leading brands. The .vu namespace is now backed by Neustar’s award-winning infrastructure, team and experience, which is always evolving with continuous investment and product innovation.

Nicolai Bezsonoff, Vice President and General Manager of Neustar Registry Solutions, said Neustar was excited to bring its expertise in technical innovation and DNS security to benefit all Vanuatu Internet users.
“We are honored to partner with TRBR for this important stage of .vu’s history, to grow the .vu namespace by building a strong Registrar network and solid market demand for .vu domain names.


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