Telnic Wins Silverware at CeBIT

By Telnic Limited, PRNE
Tuesday, March 2, 2010

European Seal of e-Excellence 2010 Awarded for Innovative .tel Names

HANNOVER, Germany, March 3, 2010 - Telnic Limited (, the organization behind the
innovative .tel names, today announced that it has been awarded a prestigious
European Seal of e-Excellence for its multi-award-winning service at the
world's largest computer expo, CeBIT.

Khashayar Mahdavi, CEO of Telnic, said: "To be recognized by
such a body and at an event like CeBIT is an honour and a privilege. We
dedicate this award to our partners and all .tel owners around the world, who
are starting to realize the benefits that .tel names bring to individuals and
businesses alike."

Margaretha Mazura, EMF Secretary-General, declared: "We are
proud to be able to award again 32 winners from 13 different countries." Dr.
Mazura continued, emphasizing: "These companies are distinguished with the
European Seal of e-Excellence first and foremost because of their marketing
focus and because they, as a consequence, are natural job creators. More than
ever, emphasis on a marketing-driven approach is one of the prerequisites for
a successful and competitive ICT industry in Europe, today and in the

The European Seal of e-Excellence rewards ICT and Digital
Media companies with an excellent track record in innovation marketing.
Awarded annually since 2003 by the European Multimedia Forum (EMF) and its
Partner Organisations, the Seal is widely known for recognizing companies
with innovative products and services and excellence in marketing. A jury
composed of representatives of the Partner Associations selects the winners
on the basis of an open application process.

Since the public launch of .tel names just under a year ago, more than
275,000 .tel domains have been registered by individuals and businesses
around the world. For more information about .tel names, please visit

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