Welcome to NRENum.net!
The NRENum.net Service is an end-user ENUM service run by TERENA and participating NRENs (National Research and Education Networking organisations). The service is aimed primarily at academia. NRENum.net is considered as a complementary service and a valid alternative to the Golden ENUM tree. The domain "nrenum.net" is being populated in order to provide the infrastructure in DNS for storage of E.164 numbers. The NRENum.net Service includes the operation of the Tier-0 root DNS(s) and the delegation of county codes to NRENum.net Registries.
"NRENum.net" is a registered community trademark of TERENA.
|Welcome Malaysia (+60) to NRENum.net! MYREN, the Malaysian NREN, looks after the 36th country code delegated to NRENum.net.|
|Read the full story for more information.TERENA has launched a new website for the NRENum.net service, the global ENUM service for academia. With the new website the growing community of (prospective) NRENUM.net users can more easily find information and support.|
|Welcome Peru (+51) to NRENum.net! On behalf of RAAP (Red Academica Peruana), INICTEL-UNI (Instituto Nacional de Investigacion y Capacitacion de Telecomunicaciones) looks after the 35th county code delegated to NRENum.net.|
|Welcome Singapore (+65) to NRENum.net! SingaREN looks after the 34th country code delegated to NRENum.net.|
|Welcome Colombia (+57) to NRENum.net! RENATA looks after the 33rd country code delegated to NRENum.net.|
|Read the full story for more information.TERENA Executive Committee noted the updated Service policy v.0.62 that describes the role of the new Global NRENum.net Governance Committee (GNGC) in conjunction with the technical Operations Team (OT).|
|Welcome Romania (+40) to NRENum.net! RoEduNet, the Romanian NREN, is the 32nd country code delegated to NRENum.net.|
|Welcome New Zealand (+64) to NRENum.net! REANNZ, New Zealand's research and education network, is the 31st country code delegated to the tree.|
|"NRENum.net enhances University of Michigan role in global collaboration".NRENum.net service community has started to collect simple use cases and/or success stories in order to promote the use of the service at universities and campuses. Read the first use case in the row on how|