ATLANTA, Sept. 24, 1997 /PRNewswire/ -- Iperdome, Inc.
(http//www.iperdome.com), a new company formed specifically to offer
Personal Domain Names under the ".per" Top Level Domain (TLD),
today announced immediate world-wide visibility for the ".per"
domain. This has been achieved through relationships with several ISO
Country Code TLDs, including the ".to" TLD.
Iperdome clients can now use their Personal Domain Names in
many variations. The ".per.to" domain works for everyone
world-wide, while the ".per" TLD continues to work for clients
who have access to a Private Root Server System. Other ISO Country
Code TLDs have been arranged or are being discussed, and will be announced
"What we are seeing is the free market respond to the
name space controversy in a way that works within the existing system"
said Jay Fenello, President of Iperdome. "Regardless of what
happens with the U.S. Commerce Department's process, the Congressional
hearings scheduled to begin tomorrow, the multiple pending lawsuits, and
the technical and political delays that have plagued the IAHC process, we
remain confident that the free market will prevail."
In related news, Iperdome also announced a channel partner
program for ISPs that focus on the consumer Internet access market.
Through this program, affiliated ISPs will be able to offer Personal Domain
Names as a value-added part of their access, email and web hosting service
To further support these announcements, Iperdome is seeking
an experienced CEO as well as technical personnel to assist with its
continued growth and development. Interested candidates should
forward resumes to resume@Iperdome.com.
Iperdome has been active in the new registry industry, and
has recently aligned with companies like Network Solutions, Inc. and PSINet,
Inc. to oppose the IAHC proposal. Iperdome strongly supports open
discussions aboutInternet governance, and is a leading supporter of
free-market based solutions for the Internet.