BTP is the independent regulatory authority for the Telecommunications and Post industry in St. Maarten. BTP is responsible for the maintenance of a competitive environment in St. Maarten in the industries with which it is tasked to regulate. BTP executes its tasks through consultations with industry participants and stakeholders, focused on attaining quality and affordable communications for all, working towards establishing an environment that support continuous growth and development within the industries.
CIRA's Fury Registry Platform is a next-generation TLD management platform with the features and functionality designed for the modern TLD business. Fury features a modern interface with roles-based access that provides flexibility in pricing, promotion, and domain management to help operators run their business and grow their registry.
ADR.EU, a service of the Czech Arbitration Court based in Prague, helps brand and trade mark owners, domain name registrants and registration companies all over the world to resolve conflicts in a fast, efficient and cost-effective fashion. ADR.EU provides Alternative Dispute Resolution services of the highest quality using a secure on-line platform and a network of expert panellists. ADR.EU's UDRP service features e-filing and class complaints.
The OCIX is an organization that was formed in 2006 to represent the Internet community in Sint Maarten and the neighboring Caribbean Islands in their effort to create an Internet Exchange. At the time of formation, pending regulation and uncertainty meant that collaboration between different businesses in the Internet industry was a necessity. OCIX is now fully operational and is willing to assist anyone in partaking in the Internet Exchange. OCIX has been carefully constructed to be a representative of the entire Internet community, and focuses on issues that concern Internet Service providers, Content Providers and end-users.
The Latin America & Caribbean Top Level Domain Association is a non-profit association now regrouping the ccTLD's of 27 different countries in its region. Its aim is to bring together the ccTLD's of Latin America and the Caribbean. It's objectives are to coordinate policies and promote strategies for the development of domain names in the region, represent its members’ interests in different associations and international/regional forums, promote the development of ccTLDs in the region, foster cooperation and exchange among its members to guarantee stability in the operations of ccTLDs, and establish cooperation ties with analogous associations in the different regions.