Did you know that currently 6% of all Internet users already see
Inclusive Name Space ?
The whole Internet
The 'Inclusive Name Space' does not refer to any of
the companies that use a similar name.
It is a word.
The Internet's Inclusive Name Space is the complete
structure of the names of
computers (hostnames) through which they can find each
other. Names make it easier
to find Web-Sites on Web-Servers. Web sites usually
have names that look like:
www.iniac.com or www.tld.name
The 'Inclusive Name Space' is the accumulation of all elements of all names of all servers
on the internet. The .com and .name extensions are called
TLDs. A Root server
determines what TLDs you can see. Currently there are
2 major Root Systems in use:
traditional root, the ICANN Root, is know to many Internet users
all over the world. However, this root is limited to only a fraction of the Inclusive
Name Space, because it allows access to a few
TLDs only. However because it was the first, most
Providers (ISPs) still use this root. The ICANN is not independent from the US Government.
Public-Root, is an international independent
root and is it's many associated public Internet bodies are not located in one single country. The
Public-Root System contains all existing TLDs of
all other Roots to be found on the internet
and is the only Root System that offers its users
access to the whole Inclusive Name Space.
Of course all gTLDs ever delegated by ICANN are included in the
Public-Root. Internet users who use the Public-Root are
able to see the whole Internet. They resolve
all new TLDs including all the traditional ICANN TLDs.
If your provider is not using the Public-Root yet? You
can always send them an notification mail or simply upgrade your PC yourself. Yes, it is very simple to upgrade your PC or workstation yourself. In short: You
have nothing to lose, and a lot to gain, since the 'traditional'
(ICANN) domains are also a part of the 'Inclusive Name
Space'. By upgrading your PC you see the
rest as well.