Tucows’ to Acquire Melbourne IT’s International Wholesale Domain Reseller Channel

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Tucows Inc., a global provider of network access, domain names and other Internet services, today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the international wholesale domain reseller channel of Melbourne IT Limited (ASX:MLB). The acquisition will add hundreds of resellers and approximately 1.6 million domains under management to Tucows’ OpenSRS wholesale domain business. Tucows will not acquire any of Melbourne IT’s operations and the transaction will be immediately accretive to earnings.

“This acquisition represents an excellent opportunity to acquire a loyal, profitable base of resellers that have the same core needs as our existing wholesale customers,” said David Woroch, Tucows’ EVP Domains. “Importantly, the scalability of our OpenSRS platform allows us to meaningfully expand our base of domains under management while adding minimally to our operating costs.”



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