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Once an ISP upgraded its Name-Servers, Public-Root guarantees that the reliability of the DNS will be unchanged.
 
The Public-Root contains all TLDs including all ICANN's gTLDs

Security

Availability of the Root:

To guarantee service to the global community at large, there are not only contracts which
guarantee service, but the manner in which the root servers are configured will provide a stable and global guaranteed root system. The 13 (or more) independent root servers will guarantee the Public-Root to be available at all times. The Public-Root will become unavailable if all the Root-Servers in the world will not be reachable - all at the same time - with no replacement servers being deployed - continuously, for more than a two week period. (That is the time it takes for a root-zone to expire). The chance that this will happen is near to zero.

Availability of the new TLDs:
How can TLD.NAME guarantee the function of the many new TLDs, registered through TLD.NAME like .airport .news and .city? To guarantee service to the global community at large, TLD.NAME is accredited by the Internet Names Authorization & Information Center (INAIC) and approved by Public-Root to register public TLDs (pTLDs) and corporate TLDs (cTLDs). There are contracts which guarantee resolution of all approved TLDs registered through accredited TLD Registrars like TLD.NAME.

Availability of other TLDs:
When you are using an ISP with upgraded DNS Servers or you have upgraded your PC yourself, how can TLD.NAME guarantee the function of current TLDs like .com .net and .org etc.? The Public-Root contains all TLDs including all ICANN's gTLDs. So when you resolve the next generation Internet, Public-Root guarantees that the function of all current ICANN gTLDs remain the same. If there are any questions, and in order to ensure that availability will not be compromised in any way, TLD.NAME would like to assist all ISPs to upgrade their DNS Servers.

Convinced ?
TLD.NAME would like to prove that the resolution of all TLDs (both ICANN TLDs and Public-
Root TLDs) will not be compromised in any way. If you are an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and you are considering resolving the Public-Root, then TLD.NAME would like to convince you by setting up a test DNS server at your site, so that you can see for yourself that everything will continue to function the way it should.

Conclusion:
The Public-Root contains all TLDs including all ICANN TLDs. Public-Root guarantees the availability of all TLDs. TLD.NAME would like to help ISPs to upgrade their DNS, in order to resolve the whole Internet. Once a provider upgraded its Name-Servers, Public-Root guarantees that the reliability of the DNS will be unchanged.

If would like to have more information, or if you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. Please mail to: support@tld.name


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