New domain extension
Key-Systems is the first accredited registrar for .PE using EPP
Zweibrücken, 2009-06-22, The German domain registrar Key-Systems has just launched the South American ccTLD .PE via the Extensible Provisioning Protocol.
The domain expert Key-Systems offers as of now the country code top level domain (ccTLD) of .PE through its fully automated interface to all its customers (realtime registration). The company is the first accredited registrar worldwide for .PE using EPP (Extensible Provisioning Protocol - flexible protocol for allocating objects within registries). .PE is the official domain extension of the Republic of Peru.
Thorsten Smeets, COO of Key-Systems GmbH, is glad to have launched another new domain extension: "With this new TLD, we prove again our technical capability and our first mover experience. Once more, our technical team did a great job to enlarge our services and to even better meet our customers needs."
Key-Systems GmbH located in Zweibrücken, Germany, was founded by Alexander Siffrin in 1998. The company has grown from an academic sideline to a successful international ICANN accredited registrar for internet addresses. Areas such as a fully automated reseller-system and web hosting completed the success story. Today with more than 2.5 million domains under its management, the company has reached a leading market position, selling domain names, web hosting and DNS services to customers all over the world. The latest product BrandShelter.com offers companies and institutions special services related to domain administration including services to get their own top-level domain (TLD) as this opportunity unfolds in the near future. As of May 2009, Key-Systems also has a US branch: Key-Systems USA, Inc. is located in Leesburg, Virginia.