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June 25, 2010 at 11 am local time (Beijing time at 5:00 p.m. on the on the 25th), held in Brussels on the 38th the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) annual meeting, ICANN Board adopted the vote. "China" international application into the root domain to complete all rounds of assessment. This means that. "China" as the Chinese top-level domain formally integrated into the global Internet domain name system root.
ICANN President and CEO Rod • Backstrom (Rod Beckstrom) said: "The resolution of global Internet users in China is a huge change. One-fifth of the world's population speaks Chinese, which means that the Chinese domain name the potential number of users increased by 10 million people. "
Attend this meeting of the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) Director Mao Wei said: "ICANN Board formally approved the CNNIC's." China "traditional and simplified the application, which is 10 years to carry out a major success of Chinese domain names, the international community on the Internet, the recognition of Chinese culture. "
Currently, CNNIC has been completed. "China" domain name top-level node technical debugging and upgrades. Expected in August 2010, the global Chinese Internet users anywhere in the world in the browser address bar directly. "China" domain name to access the appropriate site, China site users can register directly to the Chinese name as "Chinese. China" form domain for Internet users visit. "China" domain name as a symbol of Chinese culture, the formal stage of history.
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Chinese domain name Events
June 3, 1997, authorized by the national authorities, the official Chinese Academy of Sciences formed the China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC), the exercise of state Internet Network Information Center responsibilities. CNNIC has an important duty is to "Internet addressing technology development."
In 1999, the national competent authority of Ministry of Information Industry (now Ministry of Industry and Information Technology) duly authorized by CNNIC to Chinese domain name system development, this has opened a Chinese character into the international Internet domain name system root of the prelude.
January 18, 2000 China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) released the Chinese domain name registration test system.
November 7, 2000, Ministry of Information Industry issued "on Internet Chinese domain management notice", on the territory of the Chinese domain name registration services and management to regulate, and a clear mandate for the Chinese CNNIC domain name registration authorities.
September 2002 to amend the "China Internet Domain Name Regulations", the former Ministry of Information Industry for the first time a clear "Chinese domain name system in China an important part. Ministry of Information Industry to encourage and support Chinese domain name system and the gradual promotion of technical research Applications. "
November 2002, Foreign Ministry of Information Industry released the original "China Internet Domain Name System Notice" made "China Internet Domain Name System in the top-level domain name 'CN' temporarily located outside the 'Chinese', 'company' and 'network '3 a Chinese top-level domain "under which, CNNIC Chinese domain name registration system, a comprehensive upgrade to launch". CN ",". China "." company "." network "as the suffix of the Chinese domain name service.
May 20, 2000, to resolve the Mainland and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan are facing the same Chinese Simplified, Traditional Equivalence, CNNIC Internet Information Center, the Joint Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan set up a Chinese domain name in the Beijing co-ordination Association (CDNC), common to study Chinese domain technical problems, the unification of China's international voice.
April 14, 2004, CNNIC joint TWNIC, JPNIC, KRNIC established "CJK multilingual domain name registration standard" Internet technology standard-setting organization for the official release IETF RFC3743, this is the second IETF standards.
October 13, 2006, IETF released a CNNIC official leading the development of the "Chinese domain name registration and management standards", numbered as RFC4713. This is the China Internet Network Information Center after following the RFC3743 Internet-led development of the second international standards. At this point,. "China" into the global root domain name system and international standards of technical problems one by one to resolve.
November 2006, Microsoft officially released IE7 in the browser and the latest operating system VISTA have achieved the direct support of the Chinese domain name.
2008, Microsoft has just launched its beta version of IE8 to display, IE8 complete accessibility to support Chinese domain names.
June 2008, at the annual meeting of ICANN in Paris, ICANN Board was the first vote, "allowing the use of other languages including Chinese and other characters as the Internet top level domain." Officially opened the. "China" domain of the international application curtain.
July 16, 2008, for coming. "China" era, a positive response to help users, CNNIC officially launched in Beijing "from China to the world - the domain name global escalation action" to help users smoothly to. "China" time to upgrade. The main contents of the update operation: in the. "Chinese" to write the global root domain name system domain name the day, all "Chinese. CN" domain name registered users will automatically get the corresponding "in Chinese. China" domain names be registered without the user ; in. "China" written global root domain name system domain name, all automatically "Chinese. China" domain name, will be fully synchronized upgrade to "Chinese domain name" global root domain name registration database system, global Internet access.
September 3, 2008, "Google Chrome" browser, follow the IE8, Firefox3.0, Safari3.1 the latest browsers such as the adoption of Chinese domain names with international standards, accessibility to support Chinese domain names.
October 30, 2009, in South Korea ended the 36th meeting of ICANN, ICANN voted to adopt a "." China "non-English domain name suffixes such as fast-track implementation of the plan." This means that the biggest change since the birth of the Internet, "Internet domain name system to a number of languages including Chinese language and opening up" has taken a substantial step to. "China" as the representative of the non-English domain names and global deployment of international applications will formally enter the "fast track."
November 16, 2009, CNNIC held in Beijing. "China" domain name launching ceremony of the international application, Microsoft, Baidu, Alibaba, Taobao, Firefox, OPERA, travel, Xinhua, People, Sina and Tencent, and many network well-known Internet companies in China on behalf of the common witness and support, CNNIC behalf of the Chinese official to the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) submitted. "China" international application domain.
April 23, 2010, ICANN announced. "Chinese" fast-track policy review, formal entry into the technical implementation stage.
June 25, 2010, ICANN 38th Annual Meeting in Brussels formally announced. "China," the official approved international application domain,. "China" as the Chinese top-level domain formally integrated into the global Internet domain name system root.