BRS Media’s dotFM Upgrades the Domain Name System of the .FM Top-Level Domain

first_img TAGS  BRS Media’s dotFM Upgrades the Domain Name System of the .FM Top-Level Domain WhatsApp Twitter Pinterest Pinterest Facebook Facebookcenter_img By Digital AIM Web Support – February 9, 2021 Local NewsBusiness WhatsApp Twitter SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 9, 2021– BRS Media, a diverse and growing media e-commerce firm that assists traditional and interactive media companies build and brand on the power of the Internet, today announced that dotFM, the .FM Top-Level Domain Registry, has entirely revamped the TLDs Domain Name System (DNS) to offer Duplex (Dual) Anycast featuring a significant increase in DNS nodes worldwide, full IPv6 compliance and complete deployment of Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC). The .FM TLD now offers an expanded Dual Anycast DNS Network from both our backend Registry Platform CentralNic and the largest authoritative DNS service network in the world, Packet Clearing House (PHC), creating a robust complementing solution. In Addition to dramatically increasing the network nodes worldwide from 30 to over 330 across 6 continents, the .FM has now fully deployed DNSSEC to allow registrants to digitally sign information they put into the Domain Name System. “This is one of the most significant DNS upgrades in the 25 year history of the .FM TLD,” remarked George T. Bundy, Chairman & CEO of BRS Media Inc. “The duplex anycast offers an immediate and notable increase in points of presence worldwide resulting in a much quicker response time. The DNSSEC deployment is significant because it means that users everywhere can have increased trust in the responses to DNS lookups.” Bundy added, “The traffic growth over the past few years has been incredible. In 2020 the overall Year-Over-Year growth was 41% and a record 39.6 Billion queries. This DNS upgrade lays the foundation for the continued success of the .FM TLD for years to come.” Today, the .FM TLD is one of the best recognized and most successful rebranded Top-Level Domain in the history of the Internet and represents some of the most innovative brands in Broadcasting, Podcasting, Streaming and Social entertainment. The comprehensive portfolio of registrants not only includes broadcasters, Internet radio, podcasters, and the music community but also interactive companies, premier social media ventures, and streaming entrepreneurs worldwide. The .FM Top-Level Domain is available through most ICANN Accredited Registrars or any worldwide .FM Registrar Partners ( ) like: Namecheap, Go Daddy, Hover,, Dynadot, Network Solutions,, United Domains and more. Information about .FM Domains, Emoji Domains, Domain Spotlights, Premium Domains and more is also available at About BRS Media, Inc: Based in the South of Market district (SoMa) of San Francisco CA, BRS Media was established in 1995, and is celebrating 25 years Online, featured as one of the fastest growing privately held companies by the SF Business Times and Inc. Magazine for five consecutive years. Its portfolio of leading online properties includes: dotFM® & dotAM®, spotlighting Domain Innovation and Brand Registry Services for media based .FM and .AM domains; dotRadio™ extensions &, Radio’s only Open & Innovative Domain Extensions; Main Street Branding™, helping Clients Assemble a World Class Identity and iRadio® Service. Main Street Branding and dotRadio are trademarks; and dotFM, dotAM and iRadio are registered trademarks of BRS Media, Inc. View source version on CONTACT: Junaid Siddiqui BRS Media Inc. Email:[email protected] KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA CALIFORNIA INDUSTRY KEYWORD: NETWORKS ONLINE RETAIL INTERNET PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY OTHER COMMUNICATIONS RETAIL OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES MARKETING AUDIO/VIDEO COMMUNICATIONS OTHER TECHNOLOGY SOURCE: BRS Media Inc. Copyright Business Wire 2021. PUB: 02/09/2021 06:09 AM/DISC: 02/09/2021 06:09 AM Previous articleWorldwide High Availability Server Industry to 2026 – BFSI Sector is Expected to Have a Significant Growth Rate – ResearchAndMarkets.comNext articleFurman looks to sweep UNCG Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

‘Last Hearing Evoked Mixed Feelings’ : CJI Bobde Demits Office As 47th Chief Justice Of India

first_imgTop Stories’Last Hearing Evoked Mixed Feelings’ : CJI Bobde Demits Office As 47th Chief Justice Of India Radhika Roy23 April 2021 12:51 AMShare This – x “This last hearing has evoked mixed feelings”, said Chief Justice of India SA Bobde on his last working day before passing the baton to CJI Designate Justice NV Ramana. “This last hearing has evoked mixed feelings. I have been on the ceremonial Bench before, but these feelings are too mixed to allow me to say anything clearly. There are too many things to say”, said the CJI while presiding a ceremonial bench with Justices NV Ramana, AS Bopanna and V Ramasubramanian.Advertisement He continued, “But, I must say that I leave this Court with happiness, with fond memories of arguments, excellent presentation, good behavior and great commitment to the cause of justice, not only from my learned colleagues, but also the Bar and everyone else”.Before presiding over the ceremonial bench, CJI Bobde had led a bench with Justices L Nageswara Rao and Ravindra Bhat today morning to hear the suo moto case on COVID-19 .Advertisement During that hearing, the bench had expressed strong displeasure at the criticism made by senior lawyers against Supreme Court taking suo moto cognizance of COVID related issues while High Courts are seized of the same. That bench then adjourned the case to next week, relieving Senior Advocate Harish Salve as an amicus curiae at his request.CJI Bobde remarked in his farewell address that he was demitting office after 21 years as a Judge and it had been his richest experience. He noted that the Registry had been very helpful – “I cannot tell you the kind of things that are necessary and need to be done to transit from a physical to virtual hearing”. On a lighter note, the CJI said that hearing lawyers during virtual hearings was akin to hearing them from their Chambers as he was now familiar with the statue behind the Attorney-General, the jaguar behind Senior Advocate Vikas Singh, the statue which was present behind the Solicitor-General and had been now been removed. “I have seen some advocates with hills behind them, with paintings and sometimes even guns and pistols. I am happy with the knowledge that I have done my best. I don’t know how that has come across. With that, I hand over the baton to Justice Ramana. Jai Hind”, concluded the CJI. As per convention, CJI Designate Justice NV Ramana sat with CJI Bobde on the same Bench on his last working day today. After the Bench concluded the day’s work with pronouncing a judgement, Attorney-General KK Venugopal sought to say a few words to the CJI. He stated that he had always been saying that the parting of the CJI was a sad occasion and that the tenure should be of a minimum 3 years so as to ensure that long-standing reforms can be made. Advertisement Advertisement The AG continued, “In March 2020, the world was suffering from COVID-19. Every country in the world was shaken. Supreme Court decided to take a call and the Bar thought that the Court would close down. But CJI Bobde rose to the occasion and started virtual hearing, with almost 50,000 cases disposed of. It was a great achievement.” He further said that lawyers had approached the Court for financial aid and the CJI duly stepped in by realizing that client and lawyers could not meet. Therefore, by judicial order, it was stated that the limitation would not apply from March 15, 2020. On this note, the AG concluded his thoughts by stating, “We should all applaud the CJI for the work he has done”. Solicitor-General Tushar Mehta also had a few words to say. “You will not only be known as an erudite and brilliant judge, but also a loving and caring human. We will miss you. We wish you a healthy and successful life ahead”, said the SG. Senior Advocate and President of the Supreme Court Bar Association Vikas Singh, in light of the farewell, informed the CJI that he agreed with the AG and that there needed to be a Constitutional amendment so that the tenure of the Judges could be increased. “Even though the pandemic happened, you kept the wheels of justice moving. You took up such a contentious matter on the last day too. This shows the involvement of the Judges and to ensure oxygen supply can be maintained. Till the last day, you were concerned about what is happening. I will say more at the official farewell”, concluded Singh. Advocate Shivaji Jadhav, President of the Supreme Court Advocates on Record Association, also acknowledged the “smoothness with which the CJI had created a transmission from physical to virtual courts”. He concluded by noting that the CJI would be remembered for his handling of the criminal justice system. He further stated that the COVID-19 waves would remain, with third and fourth waves also coming up, and requested for the opening of physical courts after the summer vacation. Tags#CJI SA Bobde Chief Justice of India Supreme Court Subscribe to LiveLaw, enjoy Ad free version and other unlimited features, just INR 599 Click here to Subscribe. All payment options available.loading….Next Storylast_img read more

MSOC : Syracuse keeps composure while Cincinnati crumbles in Orange win

first_img Published on October 23, 2011 at 12:00 pm Contact Rachel: [email protected] Nick Roydhouse stood near Cincinnati’s goal with his head in front of the faces of the Cincinnati goalkeeper and a few Bearcat players. With the game tied and UC on the verge of losing its cool, Roydhouse went to a tactic he’s used multiple times this season — getting inside his opponents’ minds.‘There’s no need for me to stand in front of him,’ Roydhouse said, ‘but it helped slow the game down. It got them losing their heads.’Roydhouse knew Cincinnati could crack at any second. Moments earlier — in the 50th minute — the Bearcats bench was issued yellow and red cards. The referee told a Cincinnati assistant to ‘be quiet or you’re leaving.’ The assistant chose the latter. In a game in which Cincinnati failed to keep its cool and unraveled in the second half, Syracuse (3-10-1, 1-5-1 Big East) maintained composure to pull away for a 4-2 win.Following the confrontation in front of the goal, Roydhouse again remained cool midway through the second half. After getting tangled with Cincinnati’s Matt Remaley, Roydhouse received a free kick. There he stood at midfield, hands on his hips, waiting patiently to take the kick while Remaley argued with the referee.Syracuse’s patience would pay off just minutes later when SU forward Lars Muller scored the first of his team’s three straight goals. It was a game that featured two bottom-dwelling teams in desperate need of points in the Big East’s Red Division.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textTensions were high, and the Bearcats committed 13 fouls on the night compared to only seven for SU.‘They were like us,’ SU head coach Ian McIntyre said. ‘At this time, there’s a few teams scrapping for the final couple of playoff spots, and the team winning this game realized they would get a step up on the remaining two games. And now, it’s been a while, but we finally get ourselves off of the bottom of the Red Division.’With both teams going scoreless in the first half and then trading goals early in the second half, another stalemate seemed imminent. But while the Bearcats succumbed to their emotions, SU countered with focus and an unusual burst of offense unseen in McIntyre’s tenure.With the game tied 1-1, junior midfielder Mark Brode entered the game in his first action since spraining his ankle against Pittsburgh on Oct. 1. Brode provided a veteran presence that would aid SU in its run of three straight goals. His experience in Big East play helped SU keep its cool during a run when the Orange completely demoralized Cincinnati, McIntyre said.‘Coach tells us in the beginning we have to be classy soccer players,’ Brode said. ‘So I think that probably helped. We weren’t getting crazy when we were tied 1-1. We were a better side, and we could have easily kind of snowballed by not playing our game against a team like that. But we ended up pulling it out.’Being up in the game certainly didn’t hurt. Despite having played just 48 hours earlier in a weather-delayed game against Rutgers, SU was able to put the loss to the Scarlet Knights aside and make the Bearcats appear to be the more tired team.With more than a one-goal lead, SU played with confidence. The Orange wasn’t looking for ways to score a goal. It wasn’t in desperation mode. Syracuse was able to turn the tables on Cincinnati and make the Bearcats lose their composure.‘We tried really hard to keep our heads and not get involved in what they were doing,’ Roydhouse said. ‘And at the end of the day, you don’t act like that if you’re winning and if you’re playing well. That’s what the difference was. We were playing good and were on top of them. And that’s why they were getting frustrated.’Toward the end of the game, with SU up 4-2, there was another scuffle, this time in front of the Syracuse net. But for the Orange, it wouldn’t matter. SU proved its ability to take over a match with its strong play rather than uncontrolled emotion.And for Roydhouse, his acts of messing with the opposing team are all in good fun. So long as it keeps his team fired up and frustrates the opponent.‘It’s just to annoy them,’ Roydhouse said. ‘It’s nothing personal. I still shook their hands after the game and wished them well.’[email protected] Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

NBA Draft 2019: Here’s how Zion Williamson will fit with the Pelicans

first_img Adam Silver offers Zion Williamson advice: ‘Focus on your game’ Zion Williamson will almost certainly be selected by the Pelicans with the No. 1 pick in Thursday’s NBA Draft. But his new team is about to get a full makeover.New Orleans sent its first-ever No.1 overall pick, Anthony Davis, to the Lakers for a bevy of assets, including Brandon Ingram, Lonzo Ball, Josh Hart and three first-round picks. The Pelicans now have one of the most talented young cores in the NBA, and Williamson, who turns 19 in July, will be at center stage in the franchise’s renaissance.Quite a few aspects of New Orleans’ play will be different in 2019-20. Let’s take a look. Related News How Zion Williamson will fit with the Pelicans and in the NBA:DefenseThe Pelicans will field one of the more intriguing defensive units in the NBA this upcoming season, as it has acquired plenty of length and athleticism. The starting unit, however, may have to face some unique challenges given it’s personnel, so let’s break it down.Jrue Holiday has made an NBA All-Defensive team in each of the last two seasons, so he’s unquestionably one of the more talented defensive guards in the NBA. The 6-4 floor general can defend both guard positions with ease and likely will see plenty of minutes with 6-6 Lonzo Ball, who is one of the NBA’s most underrated off-ball defenders. And then there’s Josh Hart, who ranked third in defensive real plus-minus among all shooting guards in 2018-19. Only Jimmy Butler and Danny Green edged him out in this category.Needless to say, New Orleans has a solid rotation of defensive guards lined up.Williamson will likely play in a forward spot alongside the lanky, 6-9 Ingram. Ingram’s 7-3 wingspan next to Williamson’s 285-pound frame and 45-inch vertical could be a nightmare for opposing teams. Both are quick on their feet, as well, so this bodes well for shot-blocking and switchability on the perimeter and in the paint. These two can definitely provide some versatility on the defensive end.Julius Randle has declined a $9 million player option and, while he’d be an undersized center at 6-9, the experiment could be worth a shot. Jahlil Okafor might come into the picture, but given the lack of depth in the middle, Williamson could fill in as a small-ball 5 from time to time. He has a natural ability to protect the rim.All in all, the front line of this Pelicans team doesn’t look as if it’ll fold easily on this end.OffenseOne interesting topic of discussion is what position Williamson should play in the NBA.Though he was a power forward at Duke, Williamson is “only” 6-7. But we’ve seen other undersized forwards thrive in an era of positionless basketball — most notably Draymond Green, who also is 6-7. Green can push the pace and serve as a primary distributor, something Williamson has yet to do but has plenty of room to grow.Williamson made it clear at times that he can handle the ball and is an able and willing passer. But by no means will he be asked to run the offense. Can a high-flying Williamson develop a traditional back-to-the-basket game against considerably taller players? That question needs to be answered.He certainly has the speed and spring to jell with the Pelicans’ new roster. At the very least, he’ll be a lethal option on the break. If he develops his jump shot for pick-and-roll and pick-and-pop scenarios, even better. New Orleans’ newest attraction simply isn’t the kind of player you can just draw up a play for on the block right now, but he is someone with the natural talent to rack up hustle points.center_img Charles Barkley questions whether Zion Williamson will make immediate impact in NBA The Pelicans also still have the No. 4 pick in their back pocket. It appears as if they’d ultimately like to trade it for a veteran piece. New Orleans needs a shooter, as its current group won’t allow for much floor spacing.This much we know: New Orleans will be an exciting team everyone will be watching in 2019-20.last_img read more

Lucia Kimani without a Medal in Rio Marathon Race

first_imgThe best BiH female athlete Lucia Kimani represented Bosnia and Herzegovina in the marathon race in Rio.Lucia Mwihaki Kimani arrived to the end line almost half an hour after the winning competitors. During the race, Kimani significantly lagged behind the athletes that won the race.The Kenyan Jemima Jelagat Sumgong won the golden medal, while the contestant from Bahrain Eunice Jepkirui Kirwa won the silver medal. World champion Mare Dibaba won the third place and the bronze medal.One hundred and fifty best female athletes of the world participated in the marathon race on the streets of Rio de Janeiro in the length of 42 kilometers. The race lasted for two and a half hours.In the competition of record-breaking 157 marathoners from 80 countries, the primary aim was to run the entire race.(Source: read more