The company that runs the allocation of coveted top-level domains for the U.S. government appears unfazed by the impending competition that will result when it hands over its authority to the nonprofit Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). With robust earnings and a secondary stock offering under its belt, NSI likely will continue to be a strong player in the domain space, even as it relinquishes its monopoly status.
NSI earnings trump the Street
update The company that assigns Internet addresses reports record net revenues from surging registrations of domain names, helping it beat Wall Street expectations.
Network Solutions still sitting pretty
NSI plans secondary stock offering
ICANN sets guidelines for NSI competitors