This proposal is consistent with the continued expansion of the TLD name space,
and a globally unique public name space.  This proposal would not create
an alternative root structure, but rather seeks to be included. in the root
managed by ICANN.  Please see the remainder of the proposal. For details of
how the particular implementation plan would address issues such as
security, redundancy, and reliability, and the escrow of data to protect the
interests of the domain holders and the sponsors. As the technology for the
Internet and the DNS change over time, the applicants anticipate continued
attention to deployment of new technologies and new protocols that will improve
the functionality and reliability of the DNS.


This last conclusion section answers fully the concerns of ICANN as the first
criteria for assesing TLD proposals


Provisions to minimize unscheduled outages of registry or registration systems
due to technical failures or malicious activity of others;

Key points are:


Provisions to ensure consistent compliance with technical requirements in
operation of the TLD;

Key points are:


Effects of the new TLD on the operation and performance of the DNS in general
and the root-server system in particular;


The small volume of new domains (30,000/year) comparing to others gTLDs will
have no effect on the root servers.


Measures to promote rapid correction of any technical difficulties that occur
(whether or not due to the TLD's operation), such as availability of accurate,
consistent, and helpful Whois information;



The protection of domain-name holders from the effects of registry or
registration-system failure, such as procedures for rapid restoration of services
from escrowed data in the event of a system outage or failure;


Protection of domain-name holders is done by the following ways:

 Provisions for orderly and reliable assignment of domain names during the initial
period of the TLD's operation.


The live operation of the TLD’s operation will be preceded by an extensive test
phase, with a complete simulation on an intranet of the elements of the
network, thus including registry, TLD name servers, whois servers and “pseudo”
root root-servers.


Analyses of the DNS request for the new gTLD on this intranet should match the
DNS requests on the internet using the existing TLD (.com,.net,.org). This
test phase passed, we will be confident of the compatibility of our
architecture with the existing DNS system.