Saturday, November 01, 2014

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Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Mangalyaan creates history! 1st country with a successful mars mission in the first go!

"India will become the first Asian country to have achieved this and if it happens in the maiden attempt itself, India could become the first country in the world to have reached distant Mars on its own steam in the first attempt".

Both Russia and the US failed in their maiden attempts. The first Chinese mission to Mars, called Yinghuo-1, failed in 2011 alongside the Russian Phobos-Grunt mission with which it was launched. Earlier in 1998, the Japanese mission to Mars ran out of fuel and was lost.

Undoubtedly, India - a late starter - is way ahead of its Asian rivals in trying to get to the Red Planet.

“History has been created. We have dared to reach out into the unknown and have achieved the near impossible.” "We are really not racing with anyone, but with ourselves to reach the next level of excellence".

Friday, September 19, 2014

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Sunday, September 07, 2014

Happy Onam...!!!

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Redmain >> Enmain

We're now Enmain Research, also known as Enmain Group, formerly Redmain Network and Redmain Group.
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

What is Managed Domain Name Portfolio?

Enmain premium domain name management services enable you to efficiently and cost-effectively manage and protect your global domain name portfolio in an increasingly competitive online marketplace.

Our specialist services are tailored to your unique requirements and market environment, giving you the benefit of our industry expertise and global reach while reducing the burden on your marketing, legal and technical personnel.

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Monday, August 25, 2014

The detailed history of .NET

.net was one of the original top-level domains (the other five being .com, .edu, .gov, .mil and .org) which were implemented in January 1985.

Prior to the introduction of these TLDs, the Internet was largely a project managed by universities and scientists who used it for communication and research. However, as more people began to use this network, electronic communications became more difficult to manage – at times, when mail loads became so heavy, people were asked to stop using their connections.

Read more:
http://www.redmain.net/2014/08/the-detailed-history-of-dot-net

The detailed history of .COM

The first .com was claimed on 15 March 1985 by a computer manufacturer called Symbolics, Inc. Prior to this, the Internet was largely a project driven by universities and computer scientists who used the network for research and communication. As more and more people and institutions began to use the network, electronic communications became increasingly challenging. Figuring out how to manually route messages through gateways was something of an art form and as mail loads increased, people would sometimes be asked to stop using their connections.

The need for some sort of organising principles became more and more apparent as more entities connected into the fledgling Internet. Bringing order to the increasingly chaotic universe fell to the legendary Jon Postel and his colleagues at the University of Southern California’s Information Sciences Institute.

Read more:
http://www.redmain.net/2014/08/the-detailed-history-of-dot-com