ICANN 51 Takes Place in Los Angeles, CA October 12 -16, 2014
NORTHBROOK, IL, October 6, 2014– INOC, a 24×7 Network Operations Center (NOC) and global provider of outsourced NOC monitoring, reporting and support services, today announces its sponsorship of ICANN 51, taking place October 12-16, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA. INOC is the proud sponsor and host of a happy hour at X bar located inside the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza from 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM on Wednesday, October 15, 2014. The INOC happy hour is open to all registered ICANN attendees.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with participants from all over the world dedicated to keeping the Internet secure, stable and interoperable. ICANN 51 is one of ICANN’s three annual meetings; this year’s event will encompass discussions about contractual issues with the retail and wholesale arms of the Domain Name System, ways to respond to illegal or abusive use of the Internet’s naming systems, internal restructuring, and new initiatives for increasing competition on the Internet. The conference provides the opportunity for an internationally diverse group of individuals and organizations to come together and discuss and develop policies that enable the market to meet the needs and demands of a rapidly changing Internet. ICANN 51 provides attendees with a broader understanding of how Internet policies are created, how the Internet works and the main issues facing the Internet today as well as in the near future.
INOC combines state-of-the-art software technology, highly resilient and redundant NOC infrastructure, proven processes and expert technical staff to improve uptime, availability and performance of various networks, servers and applications. INOC’s 24×7 NOC Services offer real-time monitoring of critical infrastructure components as well as rapid incident response and resolution; extensive reporting capabilities, providing 24×7 visibility into infrastructure support activity; and operations run book development, detailing comprehensive and client-specific operational support processes for Incident Management, Problem Management and Change Management.
INOC recently teamed with ICANN to support its New generic Top-Level Domains (gTLD) Program, designed to increase competition, innovation and consumer choice in the domain name space, enabling any established entity in the world to apply for its own top-level domain. INOC provides a 24/7 NOC to support the New gTLD Program, working closely with ICANN as well as domain name registries, external contractors and network operators across the globe to monitor the uptime, security and availability of newly established gTLDs.
For information about attending ICANN 51, click here.
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INOC is a 24×7 NOC and global provider of outsourced NOC monitoring and reporting services for enterprises and carriers. From a primary NOC in Madison, WI, and a Disaster Recovery NOC near Chicago, IL, INOC’s 24×7 staff provides a hands-on approach to incident resolution. INOC proactively processes critical IT support issues and delivers timely information to improve the uptime, availability and performance of applications, servers, and networks. A client web portal, NOCVIEW4, provides extensive reporting capabilities and visibility into IT infrastructure monitoring and support activity in real-time. INOC cost-effectively integrates 24×7 NOC support into a client’s existing IT operation to deliver greater uptime. For more information on INOC and its services, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call +1-877-NOC-24X7 (+1-877-662-2497). You will also find additional information on our website, www.inoc.com, or by following INOC on Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+.
ICANN’s mission is to ensure a stable, secure and unified global Internet. To reach another person on the Internet you have to type an address into your computer – a name or a number. That address has to be unique so computers know where to find each other. ICANN coordinates these unique identifiers across the world. Without that coordination we wouldn’t have one global Internet. ICANN was formed in 1998. It is a not-for-profit public-benefit corporation with participants from all over the world dedicated to keeping the Internet secure, stable and interoperable. It promotes competition and develops policy on the Internet’s unique identifiers. ICANN doesn’t control content on the Internet. It cannot stop spam and it doesn’t deal with access to the Internet. But through its coordination role of the Internet’s naming system, it does have an important impact on the expansion and evolution of the Internet.
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