NetNames has been given notice that XYZ Registry plan to open the dotRent new Top Level Domain registry on the 3rd August 2015. The dotRent gTLD will be supported by CentralNIC as the back-end provider. The dotRent TLD will be an open registry and will offer the following registration periods:
|REGISTRATION PHASE||DATES OF PHASE||NETNAMES OFFERING|
|Trademark Sunrise||3rd August 2015 to 3rd September 2015||â|
|Early Access Phase||17th September 2015 to 24th September 2015||â|
|General Availability||24th September 2015 onwards||â|
The registry will be offering Sunrise registrations to all Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) verified mark holders on a first-come, first-serve basis. Sunrise orders can be placed via your NetNames Domain Management Portal or via your Account Manager. Should you still wish to place any trademarks with the TMCH, please contact your Account Manager.
The registry will be offering an Early Access phase, on a First Come, First Serve General Availability phase from the 17th September 2015, with reducing prices on a daily basis.
With an estimated 600 new commercial Top Level Domains opening for business in the next two years, and with up 20 strings being delegated every week, for most companies, blanket registration of all marks and key generic terms under all extensions is no longer a viable option from a budgetary point of view alone.
Identifying under which of the potential available extensions your business should register its primary name is difficult enough, but when you add other trademarked terms, generic terms, geographic extensions and industry related strings the task becomes hugely complex and costs rise dramatically.
NetNames has developed a tailored approach to assist companies in identifying the key terms which should be registered under which extensions and can provide estimated budgetary costs and timeline for expenditure.
NetNames are able to prepare a detailed analysis on behalf of each customer, using client specific information including trademark registrations in addition to details of each new gTLD due to be launched. These detailed reports will outline what registrations will support and defend your existing critical online assets as well as a timeline of when you need to take action.
If you would like NetNames to prepare your bespoke report, please contact your account manager or by calling us on: