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<h2>Author: Tony Kim - Chief Marketing Officer </h2> <br />
Serving as HEXONET's Chief Marketing Officer, Tony is responsible for all marketing, product marketing, and product management for the company. Tony is headquartered at HEXONET Services Inc. in Vancouver, Canada.<br />
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Prior to joining HEXONET, Tony held both executive and director level positions at various technology companies and startups. Tony is specializes in Internet startups and developing new business models.<br /><br />
<strong>Past Positions:</strong>
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<li>General Manager - Hostway Corporation Canada</li>
<li>Director of Product Development - BroadXchange Inc..</li>
<li>Senior Product Manager - Hostway Corporation</li>
<li>Senior Product Manager - Pumpkin Networks Inc.</li>
<li>Senior Software Engineer - IQLinux.com</li>
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<h2>Autoren: Tony Kim - Chief Marketing Officer </h2> <br />
Als Chief Marketing Officer ist Tony zuständig für das Marketing, Produktmarketing und das Produktmanagement innerhalb der HEXONET Global. Tony hat seinen Sitz im Büro der HEXONET Services Inc. in Vancouver, Kanada.
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Bevor Tony zur HEXONET kam, arbeitete er in diversen Führungspositionen bei technisch orientierten Unternehmen und StartUps. Tony gilt als Spezialist im Aufbau von StartUps und in der Entwicklung neuer Geschäftsmodelle.<br /><br />
<strong>Ausgeübte Tätigkeiten:</strong>
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<li>General Manager bei Hostway Corporation Canada</li>
<li>Director of Product Development bei BroadXchange Inc..</li>
<li>Senior Product Manager bei Hostway Corporation</li>
<li>Senior Product Manager bei Pumpkin Networks Inc.</li>
<li>Senior Software Engineer bei IQLinux.com</li>
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The Post Dot Era Begins

The Numbers Behind the Applications

The "Post Dot Era" is beginning to take shape as ICANN revealed the details on its over 1930 application filings for new Top-Level-Domain (nTLDs) extensions on June 13, 2012. The sure volume and diversity of the applications ICANN received clearly shows us that the very nature of the Internet is on the verge of radically changing. Here are the cold hard facts about the ICANN applications:

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