Mmx

MMX is a single instruction, multiple data (SIMD) instruction set designed by Intel, introduced in 1997 with their P5-based Pentium line of microprocessors, designated as "Pentium with MMX Technology". It developed out of a similar unit introduced on the Intel i860, and earlier the Intel i750 video pixel processor. MMX is a processor supplementary capability that is supported on recent IA-32 processors by Intel and other vendors.MMX has subsequently been extended by several programs by Intel and others: 3DNow! and ongoing revisions of Streaming SIMD Extensions.
Posts about Mmx
  • This is who won the .inc, .llc and .llp gTLD auctions

    … their applications years ago. Dot Registry, Uniregisty, Afilias, GMO, MMX, Nu Dot Co, Google and Donuts stuck around for the auction but have all now withdrawn their applications, meaning they all likely shared in the lovely big prize fund. MMX gained $2.4 million by losing the .inc and .llc auctions, according to a recent disclosure. .llc, a US…

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  • Millions spent as three more new gTLDs auctioned

    … which applicant(s) won which of the newly sold strings, but it seems that the proceeds ran into many millions. MMX, which applied for .inc and .llc said this morning that it has benefited from a $2.4 million windfall by losing both auctions. The auctions evidently took place in September, but CEO Toby Hall declined to comment any further…

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  • MMX revenue slips despite domain growth

    … million a year earlier. Revenue and billings were both down due to the lack of any big launches in the period; H1 2016 had benefited from the strong launch of .vip in China. Revenue, which is recognized over the duration of the domain registrations, was $5.3 million compared to $7.4 million in 2016. Billings, a measure of cash sales, were $5.6…

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  • MMX sells 7,000 domains for $3.4 million

    … New gTLD registry MMX said it has sold $3.4 million in “premium” .vip domains names to Chinese domainers in the last few months. In what is believed to be a small numbers of deals to a limited number of corporate investors, “over 7,000” domains changed hands since they became available in late June. MMX said that $2.8 million of the deals…

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  • MMX: three gTLDs approved for sale in Beijing

    … Three foreign new gTLDs have been approved for sale and resolution in Chinese capital Beijing, according to MMX. The portfolio registry said today that its .vip is among the first to receive approval from the Beijing Communications Administration, one of China’s many regional authorities. According to MMX, while many gTLDs have managed…

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  • MMX says .vip renewals running at 75%

    … MMX has revealed that its renewal rate for first-month .vip registrations in China were over 75%. The portfolio gTLD registry, also known as Minds + Machines, said that 317,000 domains that were registered during .vip’s first month of availability have now been renewed. The news follows a June announcement that the renewal rate would be over…

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  • MMX says .vip renewals to be at 70%+

    … MMX believes the biggest money-spinner in its new gTLD portfolio, .vip, will see first-year renewals in excess of 70%. The company said this morning that it is projecting renewals towards the top end of industry norms based on manual renewals to date. .vip was a bit of a hit in China, topping a quarter-million domains in its first month…

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  • Mystery buyer pumps $500,000 into MMX gTLDs

    … MMX has inked a deal to sell 90,000 domain names to a mystery buyer. The company formerly known as Minds + Machines today disclosed to the markets that the deal is worth $500,000 in the first year, and that the names will be registered at some point over the coming 12 months. CEO Toby Hall declined to identify the buyer or the gTLDs concerned…

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  • MMX billings double even as some volumes slide

    … a million names mainly because of the resonance of the string in China. The company said it intends to imitate its focus on .vip in 2016 by only launching two TLDs — .boston and one other — in 2017. MMX’s formal, audited 2016 financial results will be published in April. Tweet Tagged: .vip, china, earnings, Minds + Machines, mmx …

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  • Now MMX kills off premium renewals

    … Are we witnessing the beginning of the end for the premium renewal business model? MMX, aka Minds + Machines today became the latest new gTLD registry to announce it is getting rid of premium renewal fees for all of its premium domain names. The price changes are retroactive to January 6 and affect all MMX gTLDs, such as .beer, .fishing…

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  • Hires and promotions Donuts, MMX and CentralNic

    … on being called MMX — today announced that it has poached former Sedo chief sales officer Solomon Amoako to head up channel management as a VP. Amoako has also held positions with Rightside and Tucows. He’s tasked with broadening MMX’s distribution channel in the Americas and Europe. Finally, CentralNic announced last week that it’s shipping…

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  • M+M billings quadruple on China .vip surge

    … hit $5.5 million. That’s due to interest from Chinese domain investors, who were courted by M+M during a conference in Beijing. M+M will report its full interims on September 20. Tweet Tagged: earnings, Minds + Machines, mmx …

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