|Resolution is adopted at 11th Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC) General Meeting to establish a new company for management and administration of .JP top-level domain.
|Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd. (JPRS) was established.
|JPRS signs contract with JPNIC to handle registration of General-Use JP Domain Names on behalf of JPNIC.
|JPRS starts Preliminary Registration Application Period for General-Use JP Domain Names.
|General-use JP Domain Concurrent Registration Phase started.
|JPRS launches First-Come-First-Served Basis Registration Application Period for General-Use JP Domain Names.
|JPRS and JPNIC sign the Memorandum for the Transfer of Management and Administration of the .JP top-level domain.
|The Government of Japan informs ICANN that it endorses the transfer of the management and administration of the .JP toplevel domain from JPNIC to JPRS.
|JPRS signs contract with JPNIC for the transfer of management and administration of the .JP top-level domain.
|IANA releases a report confirming JPRS as an appropriate delegee of the .JP top-level domain.
|JPRS and ICANN sign the ccTLD Sponsorship Agreement.
|The management and administration of the .JP top-level domain is transfered from JPNIC to JPRS.
|JPRS establishes a new second level domain "LG" for Japanese local governments and starts registration of "LG.JP" domain names.
|JPRS allocates shares to third parties (11 new shareholder companies).
|JPRS receives approval regarding internationalized domain name (IDN) service from ICANN.
|JPRS allocates shares to third parties (2 new shareholder companies).
|Partial transfer of JPRS shares held by JPNIC is approved (4 new shareholder companies).
|JPRS started joint operation of the M-Root DNS server with WIDE Project.
|JPRS shortened processing time for JP DNS update.
|"Procedure for recovering deleted domain name registration" was introduced for General-use JP domain names.
|IP Anycast technology was introduced to the JP DNS service.
|The number of JP domain name registrations surpassed 1 million.
|JPRS announced its participation in the BIND 10 development project.
|JPRS announced its plan to implement DNSSEC in JP domain name services.
|JPRS deploys DNSSEC in the JP Domain Name services.
|The number of JP domain name registrations surpassed 1.2 million.
|JPRS announced a new registration service of Prefecture Type JP Domain Names 2012.
|The number of JP domain name registrations surpassed 1.3 million.
|JPRS launched a new registration service of Prefecture Type JP Domain Name.
|The number of Prefecture Type JP domain name registrations surpassed 10,000.
|JPRS and JPNIC entered into the Memorandum with regards to the transfer of the management and administration of the .JP top level domain.
|Osaka Office was established.
|JPRS joined Japan Business Federation.
|JPRS introduced Japanese Characters into Prefecture Labels of Prefecture Type JP Domain Names.
|JPRS signed MoU with ICANN and JPNIC on Japanese translation of ICANN materials.
|The new gTLD ".jprs" with the purpose of research and development in relation to the Internet was delegated from the root servers.
|JPRS launched a Joint Research Project with ISPs to Create a More Fault-Tolerant DNS Environment.
|The number of JP domain name registrations surpassed 1.4 million.
|JPRS started digital certificates issuance service.
|JPRS submitted a notification of the telecommunication business with the enforcement of the Law for Partial Revision to the Telecommunications Business Act, etc.
|The number of General-use JP domain name registrations surpassed 1 million.
|The number of JP domain name registrations surpassed 1.5 million.
|JPRS acquired ISO 27001 certification.
|JPRS obtained WebTrust accreditation for Certification Authorities.
|The number of JP domain name registrations surpassed 1.6 million.
|JPRS commenced the operation of the first local nodes for the JP DNS with 2 ISPs of the electric power corporation group.
|The number of JP domain name registrations surpassed 1.7 million.
|JPRS expanded the floor space of Tokyo Head Office.
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