Cpe

Customer-premises equipment or customer-provided equipment (CPE) is any terminal and associated equipment located at a subscriber's premises and connected with a carrier's telecommunication channel at the demarcation point ("demarc"). The demarc is a point established in a building or complex to separate customer equipment from the equipment located in either the distribution infrastructure or central office of the Communications Service Provider.
Posts about Cpe
    • dotgay lawyer insists it is gay enough for .gay gTLD

      What do Airbnb, the Stonewall riots and the 2016 Orlando nightclub shooting have in common? They’re all cited in a lengthy, somewhat compelling memo from a Yale law professor in support of dotgay LLC’s argument that it should be allowed to proceed with its .gay gTLD application unopposed by rival applicants.

      Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 11 readers -
    • CPE probe: “whitewash” or “fig leaf”?

      A few weeks ago, when I was reporting the conclusions of a probe into ICANN’s new gTLD program, I wrote a prediction on a piece of paper and placed it into a sealed envelope.* I wrote: “They’re gonna call this a whitewash.” And I was correct! Ta-dah! I’m here all week. The lawyer for applicants for .music and .

      Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 8 readers -
    • Economist would sue ICANN if it publishes private emails

      The Economist Intelligence Unit has threatened to sue ICANN if it publishes emails related to its evaluations of “community” gTLDs. That’s according to a document published by ICANN this week, in which the organization refused to reveal any more information about a controversial probe into the Community Priority Evaluations the EIU conducted on its behalf.

      Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 7 readers -
  • .music and .gay possible in 2018 after probe finds no impropriety

    … of Community Priority Evaluations. CPEs, carried out by the Economist Intelligence Unit, were a way for new gTLD applicants purporting to represent genuine communities to avoid expensive auctions with rival applicants. Some applicants that failed to meet the stringent “community” criteria imposed by the CPE process appealed their adverse decisions…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 12 readers -
  • .kids auction is off

    … ICANN has postponed the planned auction of the .kid(s) gTLDs after an appeal from one of the applicants. The last-resort auction had been penciled in for January 25, and there was a December 8 deadline for the three participants to submit their info to the auctioneer. But DotKids Foundation, the shallowest-pocketed of the three, filed…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncitein Google- 14 readers -
  • DotKids doesn’t want .kids auction to go ahead

    … One of the applicants for the .kids gTLD has asked ICANN to stop the planned last-resort auction. DotKids Foundation is competing with Amazon for .kids and, because the two strings were ruled confusingly similar, with Google’s application for the singular .kid. ICANN last month set a January 25 date for the three contenders to go to auction…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncitein Google- 10 readers -
  • Amazon and Google to fight over .kids at auction

    … Amazon, Google and a third applicant are scheduled to fight for control of the new gTLDs .kid or .kids at auction. It’s the first ICANN gTLD auction to be scheduled since a Verisign puppet paid $135 million for .web in July 2016. According to ICANN documentation, .kid and .kids will go to auction January 25, 2018. The winning bid…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncitein Google- 11 readers -
  • .music and .gay CPE probe could end this month

    … independent CPE reviews for the last several months. FTI is reviewing how ICANN staff interacted with the EIU during the CPE processes, how the EIU conducted its research and whether the EIU applied the CPE criteria uniformly across different gTLDs. ICANN said that FTI finished collected material from ICANN in March and hopes to have all the information…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 13 readers -
  • .gay, .music and others in limbo as ICANN probes itself

    … complained via ICANN’s in-house Requests for Reconsideration and then Independent Review Process mechanisms. One such IRP complaint — related to Dot Registry’s .inc, .llc, .llp applications — led to two of the three-person IRP panel deciding last July that ICANN had serious questions to answer about how the CPE process was carried out. While…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 16 readers -
  • 10 Digital Media and Marketing Predictions for 2017

    … 2016 has been a year of shifts in social media, technology and digital marketing. Influencer marketing went mainstream, the internet became all about video and every digital marketer is looking for a way to connect business outcomes to their social media efforts. So what’s in store for 2017? We queried a panel of digital marketing…

    AllTwitterin Google Facebook Twitter- 53 readers -
  • Afilias set to get .hotel despite hacking claims

    …. Krischenowski may have obtained as a result of the portal issue was used to support HTLD’s application for .HOTEL; or (ii) any information obtained by Mr. Krischenowski enabled HTLD’s application to prevail in CPE. It authorized ICANN staff to carry on processing the HTLD application. The other applicants — Travel Reservations, Famous Four Media…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 19 readers -
  • Centuries-old companies both fail community gTLD test

    … to muster up the required 14/16 points to be considered a “Community” under ICANN CPE standards. The German firm scored 11 points, the American 9. The main failing in both evaluations, which were conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, was the existence of the other. Both applicants defined their communities as their own companies and lost…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 19 readers -
  • Ombudsman trashes ICANN’s rejection of .gay “community”

    … of 16 points required to pass the CPE. Winning a CPE generally means you get the gTLD in question. Losing means you have to go to auction against competing applicants. In the case of .gay, the other applicants are Top Level Design, Minds + Machines and Rightside. Dotgay failed both times because its stated community — which includes straight people…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 28 readers -
  • A Complete Guide to Twitter’s Q2 2016 Earnings Call

    … that shift. And Twitter discussed how advertisers can take advantage of pre-roll ads: In addition to our work on reach and frequency buying, we also introduced an easier way to serve skippable, pre-roll ads of any length in front of the most premium mobile videos. Twitter pre-roll will support Video Ad Serving Templates (VAST) through select Ads…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Twitter- 34 readers -
  • A Complete Guide to Influencer Marketing

    …. They have a network of influencers signed up on their online portal, and allow you to contract these influencers by paying them a commission fee for each influencer payment. Examples include IZEA, TapInfluence and Reelio. Although you can directly communicate with influencers via the online portal, marketplaces require you to relinquish your rights…

    AllFacebookin Social Google SaaS- 50 readers -
  • dotgay loses third .gay appeal

    … Death warrant or portent of impending legal action? dotgay LLC has lost its third attempt to get ICANN to reconsider tossing its application for community priority status in the fight for the .gay gTLD. According to ICANN, on Sunday its Board Governance Committee threw out dotgay’s third Request for Reconsideration, an attempt to give…

    Kevin Murphy/ DomainIncite- 20 readers -
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