Tucows Debuts Dot Moo Domain
Tucows launches registry management solution
Leading registrar to test new Tucows OpenXRS with mock Top Level Domain
New York, NY ‚Äì August 1, 2000 ‚Äì Tucows Inc., a leading distributor of e-business services and applications on the Internet and one of the top domain name registrars, has launched an open demonstration environment for its new Tucows OpenXRS (Open Extensible Registry System) registry management solution. OpenXRS (http://openxrs.tucows.com) is the first widely available commercial solution for organizations that manage registry operations for Top Level Domains (TLDs), including any of the hundreds of country code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) or the new gTLDs anticipated from ICANN this fall.
Tucows Leads Domain Name Registry with Unique Batch Transfer Capability
Domain Name Registrar Offers Transfers at 30% Discount
New York, NY, July 11, 2000 ‚Äì Tucows, a leading distributor of e-business services and applications on the Internet and one of the top domain name registrars, has announced an industry leading advancement in domain name registration capabilities that allows Tucows‚Äô Business Partners to transfer large batches of domain names from their current registrar to Tucows OpenSRS system quickly, safely and easily. More specifically, this new automated batch transfer capability will provide current Network Solutions (NSI) clients with a secure way to choose an alternative domain name service provider for all their existing domain name accounts. Tucows‚Äô Business Partners will now be able to transfer hundreds of domain names at a time.
TUCOWS.com Announces a New Proactive Channel for Software Updates
Fixlet Technology Automatically Targets Updates to the Appropriate Users without Violating their Privacy
Toronto, Canada, June 07, 2000 — TUCOWS.com, Inc., one of the Internet‚Äôs leading distributors of digital content, today debuts an innovative service to automate the delivery of software and updates. Subscribers to this free service receive instant notification when there is an update to software that is currently installed on their PC, or when security and bug patches are released for their configuration. With minimal user input and without any invasion of privacy, individual and corporate subscribers to the service can keep their computer current and secure without the need to continuously scour the Internet for updates and bug fixes. In a true technological coup, the service provides these updates without sending any information out of the user‚Äôs PC. Under no circumstances will users‚Äô privacy or security be compromised.