PR TOP LEVEL DOMAIN, which has managed the Top-Level Country Code for Puerto Rico since its connection to the Internet, has announced its latest alliance supporting
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Gauss Research Laboratory, INC. unveils a new User Community:As part of the effort by GRL, INC. and GRF, INC. to serve the community of Puerto Rico, we have taken the task of designing a user community for the nic.pr. As part of this effort will be organizing diverse meetings and workshops where experts in different areas will give their knowledge to help us learn and grow as a .pr community. Topics such as Internet Governance, E- Commerce, Web Design, Domain Names, among others will be major part of our goal. Also, there will be space for our customers to communicate their needs. (September 12, 2011)
We are proud to inform we are in the process of submitting an PCT application for the development of our digital watermarking technology. This application will set forth the basis for the development of products which can be implemented in the areas of information security with applications such as authentication certificates and digital watermarking, among other applications. This invention is part of our greater efforts at contributing to the generation of knowledge based economic initiatives in Puerto Rico. (May 24, 2011)
Gauss Research foundation will be hosting in the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, the Celebration of life of Martin Gardner. Gathering for Gardner consists in a Celebration of Mind party on the occasion of what would have been his 96th birthday on the afternoon of Thursday, 21 October 2010. In this spirit the Gathering 4 Gardner Foundation will celebrate Martin's life and work, and continue his pursuit of a playful and fun approach to Mathematics, Science, Art, Magic, Puzzles and all of his other interests and writings. The activity will take place at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, Natural Science faculty C-356 (Third floor PhaseII building). The activity will take place from 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM. For more information about Martin Gardner and this global celebration, go to: http://www.g4g-com.org/ or contact us. Office:(787)689-5869 / Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Gauss Research Foundation's Board of Directors has approved the launch of an Incentives Program for locally based Small and Medium businesses. The Program provides a discounted registration fee for .pr second level domainnames. For more information about the Program, please write to incentivos|at|nic.pr.
While DNSSEC has been deployed on top-level domains operated by Sweden, Puerto Rico, Bulgaria, Brazil and the Czech Republic, VeriSign will support it in 2011. Click here for full story. (February 24, 2009)
The NIC.PR announces that Internet users can now register .pr domain names using Internationalized Domain Names (IDN). The introduction of these new domain names now enables Spanish, French, German, and Portuguese speakers to establish web sites using words commonly used in those languages such as muñeca.pr, teléfonos.pr, garçon.pr, schön.pr, or amanhã.pr. (March 25, 2008)
Nic.pr launches the spring and summer web pages for the ARIN and ICANN meetings, that will take place in San Juan, PR on the following dates: April 22-25, 2007 and June 25-29, 2007 respectively. (January 19, 2007)
The Puerto Rico Top Level Domain provides secondary DNS services for the .do ccTLD. (January 18, 2007)
The Western Chapter of the IEEE Computer Society invites you to the following seminar: The .pr Domain: Past, Present, and Future, offered by Dr. Oscar Moreno, General Manager of the Puerto Rico Top Level Domain. (October 23, 2006)