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AusRegistry Celebrates 30th Anniversary of .au

It's been 30 years since the .au country code top-level domain was first deployed to give Australians their own national TLD. Over 3 million .au domain names have since been registered. AusRegistry CEO Adrian Kinderis: While it was important to acknowledge the hard work that got .au to this position, the critical question for the next 30 years would be around competition in an increasingly crowded market, where disruption is the new business paradigm. "You don't chalk up 30 years of success without being nimble and responsive to your changing environment." To commemorate the anniversary, AusRegistry has published a webpage looking back at the last 30 years in technology.

Domains Under Management – Source: AusRegistry (Click to Enlarge)

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