Blacknight Announce sponsorship of SUXmas to Give Irish Startups What They Really Want for The Holidays - A Great PartyEveryone loves a great party and that is why Ireland’s number one domain registrar and hosting company Blackinght have announced sponsorship of Suxmas, the holiday party for Irish startups
Blacknight CEO to Speak on ICANN Contract Issues at The Munich Conference on New Top-Level Domains.ICANN is a US corporation, but it enters into contracts with many non-US entities. With the launch of new top level domains the number of non-US companies signing contracts will grow exponentially, as will the conflicts with national law
Blacknight Announce the Arrival of The First New Top-Level DomainsThe first four new domain name extensions (the bit on the right of the dot) were put live yesterday evening. All four are internationalised domain names, ie. in non-Latin script. Over the next few months hundreds of new top level domain names will launch and become available for businesses and individuals to register, both in English and their native languages.
Blacknight CEO wins Overall Net Visionary AwardLeading Irish domain registrar and hosting company Blacknight (http://www.blacknight.com/) has another accolade under their belt. Blacknight CEO Michele Neylon is this year’s recipient of the Overall Net Visionary Award awarded by the Irish Internet Association (IIA).
Blacknight (http://www.blacknight.com/) are an Irish based, ICANN accredited domain registrar and hosting company. Recipients of several awards for their revolutionary use of social media, Blacknight are one of Europe’s most cutting edge Internet companies. Blacknight constantly seek to lead the way by introducing innovative solutions for its client base and provide dedicated servers and co-location as well as a comprehensive range of Microsoft Windows and Linux based hosting services and domain name registration services to business globally. IP transit services and other solutions for more demanding business and academic customers are offered a la carte. Fibre broadband services for both business and domestic users are also available throughout most of Ireland.