[DNS] AUDA: Hosting of AUNIC Services: Expression of Interest

[DNS] AUDA: Hosting of AUNIC Services: Expression of Interest

From: Greg Watson <g.watson§computer.org>
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 22:57:42 +1100
.au Domain Administration

Hosting of AUNIC Services

Expression of Interest (EOI)

The .au Domain Administration (auDA) is the industry self-regulatory body 
for administering the .au namespace (Internet domains that end with .au). 
AUNIC is the central registry service for Internet domain names in 
Australia, and is currently being transferred to auDA.

auDA is seeking expressions of interest for suitably qualified 
organisations to tender for the hosting services of the AUNIC system. This 
includes hosting and supporting the www.aunic.net web site and associated 
registry database, on behalf of auDA, and subject to auDA oversight.

Organisations will need to be able to demonstrate, as a minimum:

- experience in hosting a 24x7 mission critical system;
- a high bandwidth connection to the Internet backbone (10Mb/s or higher).

Responses should include an overview of the organisation, its facilities 
and services, and a brief description of why the organisation would be the 
most appropriate to host the AUNIC service.

On examination of expressions of interest, suitably qualified service 
providers will be sent detailed requirements and specifications of the 
AUNIC system to facilitate lodging a full tender.

Submissions are to be sent via electronic mail to the AUNIC System Panel 
Chair at nic&#167;auda.org.au by the close of business Friday 4th February 2000.
Received on Wed Jan 26 2000 - 07:24:31 UTC

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