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Hitachi to Partner with GMO Registry to Apply for and Operate .hitachi Domain

March 3, 2011 by  

Hosting BlogTokyo, JAPAN – GMO Internet Group company, GMO Registry today announces it will work together with Hitachi, Ltd. to apply for and operate the new generic Top Level Domain, “.hitachi”.

Worldwide there are 21 gTLDs in use (“.com” “.net” etc.) including restricted domains like “.edu” and “.gov”. Internet governing body, ICANN is set to expand the existing generic top level domain space and as a result several organizations and regional governments have already announced plans to acquire new gTLDs when applications open this year.


Effective Internet communication is imperative in business and many global corporations have announced intentions to secure their company or brand name as a gTLD in order to strengthen their online identity.

In addition to new gTLD application consultancy services for regional governments, corporations and other organizations, GMO Registry offers registry system architecture and backend operation of both gTLDs and country code Top Level Domains.,

Says GMO Registry Executive Director, Hirokatsu Ohigashi, “Drawing on our industry experience and reputation for outstanding technology, we look forward to working with Hitachi to apply for and operate the new “.hitachi” domain.

GMO Registry
Following the ICANN decision to implement new top level domains, GMO Registry, Inc. was established in July 2009 to provide all-in registry package solutions including application assistance, system architecture, backend operation, and marketing support for new TLDs. The company is also working to secure the dot shop gTLD to power the online identity of ecommerce businesses worldwide.

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