Tucows reaches 10 Million domain name milestone

Toronto's Tucows announced yesterday that they just celebrated a significant milestone - surpassing 10 million domain names under management.

The rise to 10 million was led by Tucows’ wholesale services group, OpenSRS. OpenSRS provides domain name registration services through a reseller network of over 10,000 web hosting companies, ISPs, Internet consultants, and other service providers in over 100 countries.

The more than 10 million domain names under management includes domain names managed under Tucows’ ICANN accreditation, as well as names Tucows manages for other registrars under their own accreditations.

Tucows is the third domain registrar to hit the 10 Million domain mark - Enom and GoDaddy beat them to it.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Tucows began as a startup software distribution company back in 1993 and has evolved and grown to become the largest wholesale domain name registrar and a leading provider of digital services to thousands of business partners and millions of Internet users around the world. The company has reinvented itself more than once, proving the strength of its business model, relationships and... more

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