TRBR wishes to inform all .vu Country Code Top level Domain stakeholders, and interested persons/parties that due to various requests for more time for submissions, the due date for submissions for the .vu ccTLD Registry Tender has now been extended.
The new consultation period end date is Wednesday 31st October 2018, at 4:00pm .
Building on from the Notice released some weeks ago, regarding the Vanuatu domain name Management and Administration Regulation (the .Vu Regulation), TRR is now inviting tenders from organisations interested in operating the back end registry for the .vu country code top level domain.
Pursuant to The Vanuatu Domain Name Management and Administration Regulation Order No 206 of 2016, under the Vanuatu Telecommunications and Radiocommunications Regulation Act 2009, Telecom Vanuatu Limited has been appointed the Interim Registry Operator for the six month period which will conclude on 4 February 2019. The Vanuatu Telecommunications, Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Regulator (TRBR) invites tenders for the appointment of a Registry Operator from that date, or sooner if agreed by the parties.
1) In JR Case 2941 of 2016 INTERCHANGE LTD has challenged by Judicial Review the TRR decision to issue Order 3 of 2016 ("the Order") and the determination and findings relating a complaint filed by Speedcast Pacific Pty Ltd and to the Wholesale Internet Services Market ("the Determination").
The Order and Determination can be viewed on the TRR website or uplifted
from the office of the TRR.
2) Any party interested or wishing to apply to be joined and heard as a party to the challenge to the Order and Determination in respect of Interchange Limited may obtain copies of the pleadings and applications to Garry Blake at the offices of Ridgway Blake Lawyers in Port Vila or via email at: email@example.com
3) Such parties, if wishing to join, are required to file and serve an Application prior to 8.30am on 3rd November 2017.
4) Any such party filing and serving such Application be advised the next Conference in the matter at the Chambers of His Lordship, Justice Saksak at 8.30am on 3rd November 2017.
The TRR and the Government of Vanuatu would like to take this opportunity to offer all our sponsors our sincerest appreciation and to say thank you for making the celebration of Pacific ICT Day for both Tanna & Luganville a Success.
To all the participants, the Officials from respective Government Departments, Mayors and Officials from the two Provinces , officials from the tourism office, students, youth groups, women Leaders, Vanwood mamas, Disability associations, and represented institutions, the panel members for the panel discussions for the day, we thank you for participating and celebrating the day with the Port Vila Celebrations.
Thank you also to those who have in kindly contributed to the coordination of the celebrations in one way or the other.
Your participation gave noteworthy weight to the objective and the importance of the event and, importantly Promoting the ICT to Rural Community to fulfill the objectives of the Universal access policy that 98% population coverage by January 2018.
Your participation and strong input, the organizing committee has achieved the objective it sets for this event and once more we thank you for that.
Once again, thank you for your cooperation and continuous support to the TRR, and its organizational partners on making this event a great successful one.