[AfrICANN-discuss] F- root server finally hosted in Tanzania

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De : Fatimata Seye Sylla <fsylla at gmail.com>
À : africann at afrinic.net 
Envoyé le : Jeudi 15 Décembre 2011 19h04
Objet : Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] F- root server finally hosted in Tanzania

WAW !!!  Thanks Anne-Rachel.  This is indeed a very goog end of the year news!Warmest greetings to all of you on this list for a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New year!Fatimata 
2011/12/15 Anne-Rachel Inné <annerachel at gmail.com> 
Good news to end the year... go guys!!
>F- root server finally hosted in Tanzania      
>The 50th annivesary of Tanzania’s independence was celebrated in style by tzNIC staff as it coincided with the commissioning of the F-root Server at Tanzania Network Information Centre (tzNIC) offices. The long awaited project commenced on 5th December 2011 and was successfully carried out by Internet Systems Consortium’s (ISC) Senior Operations Architect Mr. Peter Losher in collaboration with tzNIC technical staff. The availability of the F-root server in Tanzania will facilitate the full localization of .tz Internet traffic as well as provide resilience, robustness and responsiveness of the Domain Name System (DNS).
>This milestone comes after tzNIC had achieved the full management (redelegation) of the .tz ccTLD and decentralization of .tz registry services (through the 3R model) to about  20 accredited registrars. Just after commissioning of the F-root server the latency improved to less than 10 msec from 200 msec before the installation.  
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