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Network Solutions and CentralNic formed a new company named Central Registry Solutions.

Network Solutions and CentralNic partnered to create a new company called Central Registry Solutions (CRS) to capture new business for companies interested to have their own Top Level Domain (TLD) .extension domain name. For example, you can get your own domain name extension such as .KING .BRAND .PRODUCT .SERVICE .TOUR .COMPUTER or other extension name related to the business products and services.

The company will provide Consulting and Application Assistance, and with the Registry Services solutions as listed below:
  • Domain Look-Up Service (WHOIS)
  • Domain Registrations
  • Domain Renewals
  • DNS Services
  • Domain Forwarding

Distribution and Value Added Services

CRS will guarantee distribution of domain names for its customers through Network Solutions. Adn will leverage CentralNic's network of registrar partners to provide further distribution of domain names. CRS will offer other retail services that will enable new registries to package domains with value-added services like:

  • Web Presence Services
  • On-line Marketing Services
  • Security Services
  • Other Domain Name Value-Added Services

Source: Central Registry Solutions (CRS)

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