Frank Schilling’s North Sound Names is the subject of a second URS filing over two domain names it registered of Uniregistry strings, aix.link and db2.link.
North Sound Names already successfully defended its first URS case filed against it, on Finn.Link
North Sound reportedly registered some 43,000 domain names in extensions owned by Uniregistry with .Link domains being heavily represented.
Although the Complainant on the URS filed today is not listed I would not be surprised to see it being IBM.
According to Wikipedia, “AIX, (Advanced Interactive eXecutive), is a series of proprietary Unix operating systems developed and sold by IBM for several of its computer platforms”, while DB2 is according to Wikipedia.org, a “family of database server products developed by IBM”.
On the other hand both domain names are parked and neither sites refer to any computer software or other similar products and have no links related to IBM or a competitor.
AIX is also a known in reference to many other things including the Armani Exchange and Db2 stands for many other things including a model of a rather expensive and fast Aston Martin car, which means this URS it will probably end with another win for Mr. Berryhill and Mr. Schilling.