As the first conference of the year for what is fast becoming a very complex industry, Namescon 2015 (Las Vegas from January 11 to 14) is committed to ensuring users have a better understanding of the new domain name opportunities coming to market.
The hundreds of new gTLDs now live offer a vast variety of domain choices. But some go deeper than that and act as gateways for innovation and technological development. TLDs like .frogans, set up to secure the technical infrastructure for an ambitious new content publishing technology.
The Frogans ecosystem delivers a comprehensive platform for a new type of Internet site. Using a dedicated (free) browser called the Frogans Player, and a DNS-inspired addressing system, Frogans sites are versatile, secure, international and device agnostic.
Want to know more? Milathan Chairman and Frogans Ambassador Stéphane Van Gelder will be attending two sessions at Namescon to explain the Frogans Technology.
The “meet the TLDs” session on Monday January 12, from 15:20 to 16:20 will provide a general introduction to the Frogans Project.
Wednesday’s “The Frogans Platform – How to” 13:15 to 14:15 workshop will delve deeper into the mechanics of the technology itself to explain how developers will be able to use it to create cheaper sites and give their users a more unified and international browsing experience.