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Namespace

In computer languages, the context in which a term can have only a single meaning. For example, two files may not have the same name within a directory. In this case, the directory forms the namespace for the files.
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net) and Commercial Connect, LLC, have challenged the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to adhere to its founding principle of issuing top line domains (TLDs) based solely on Name Space groupings.
space has established a fair policy enforcement coded into technology that enables us to cut the cost of and increase the level of protection to famous brands and intellectual property, while preserving free expression and criticism in the domain name space.
Headquartered in Marina del Rey, California, United States, ICANN is mainly responsible for managing the Internet Protocol address spaces (IPv4 and IPv6) and assignment of address blocks to regional Internet registries, for maintaining registries of Internet protocol identifiers, and for the management of the top-level domain name space (DNS root zone).
CADNA's leadership in Washington and its role as a catalyst for change in the domain name space have been widely recognized, and this influence has mobilized brand owners to join the Coalition's efforts.
ExaStore supports petabytes of storage, allowing management of more than 100 billion files in a single name space ensuring that data is always immediately accessible at any system size, enhancing productivity.
Or text DR3220 space, your answer space, your name space, your date of birth space, and your team's two-digit code, and send to 84080.
Text SM8204 space, answer space, name space, DoB space, team space and send to 86600.
Shuki Bruck, co-founder and chairman of Rainfinity, ILM requires four separate building blocks: transparent data movement, global name space, policy engines and discovery and classification.
uk' domain is the first to be added to the UK's net name space since 1996 when the '.
us name space was mainly the preserve of local, state and federal government.
These registrars have committed to following international best practices to ensure the integrity and value of the name space for all who participate.
This is a very exciting time for NETCOM, as we now finally have the opportunity to promote our name space to the world.