Beijing on September 4th news, according to foreign media reports, the Internet domain name management company VeriSign in its quarterly release of the "domain name industry briefing" said, at the end of the second quarter of 2011, the Internet domain name registered more than 215 million, more than the same period last year 16 million 900 thousand.
VeriSign said in the report, compared with the first quarter, the number of Internet domain names in the second quarter increased by an increase of 5 million 200 thousand, an increase of 2.5%.
report pointed out that not all domain names are pointing to a real site. VeriSign estimates that 88% of the.Com and.Net domains point to valid sites.
as of the end of the second quarter, the registered.Com and.Net domain names more than 110 million, accounting for the total number of registered domain names. Second quarter.Com and.Net domain names grew by 1.8% in the first quarter, an increase of 8.3%. The second quarter of newly registered.Com and.Net domain name was 8 million 100 thousand, an increase of 2% over the same period last year. In.Com and.Net domain name, after the expiration of the proportion of re registration up to 73.1%.
country code top-level domain total of 84 million 600 thousand in the second quarter of the new addition of 2 million 900 thousand. In the second quarter, the number of top-level domain names in the country increased by 6 million 600 thousand over the same period last year, an increase of $8.4%. Brazil, Australia and Spain, the highest growth rate, more than 4%.
The largest number of registered domain names
domain name is.Com, Germany’s.De,.Net, the UK’s.Uk,.Org,.Info, Holland’s.Nl, China’s.Cn, the EU’s.Eu and Russia’s.Ru. VeriSign said that although the country code top-level domain has 240, but the top ten top-level domain names accounted for all of the registered domain name of 60%.
VeriSign said that the second quarter of the domain name system (DNS) requests an average of 56 billion times per day, down by $1%, the highest for the 68 billion time, an increase of 1%.