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Interrupción del Sistema de Solicitudes de TLD (TAS) - Actualización (4 de mayo de 2012)

Declaración de Akram Atallah, COO

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El sistema de aplicación de TLD, o TAS, tenía 2091 solicitudes, ya sea enviadas o en progreso, cuando fue sacado de línea el 12 de abril de 2012.

Además, hay 214 solicitudes potenciales que estaban registradas antes de la fecha de corte del 29 de marzo, pero esos pagos aún no han sido ya sea recibidos o concertados.

ICANN ha recibido aproximadamente USD $350 millones en tarifas para las solicitudes de nuevos gTLD.

Como hemos informado, estamos en el proceso de notificar a los solicitantes si fueron afectados por el error de software y planeamos completar este proceso antes del martes 8 de mayo. Poco después de haber completado el proceso, anunciaremos el cronograma de reapertura del TAS y para completar el período de solicitud. Una vez reabierto el sistema, lo mantendremos abierto por un mínimo de cinco días hábiles.

Apreciamos su comprensión mientras trabajamos para restaurar en línea el sistema de solicitudes de TLD.


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