The special domain extension for mobile and all small devices that is developed and supported by the largest communication companies in the world.
The .MOBI extension was approved by ICANN on July 11, 2005 and is now administered by the global TLD registry. This domain extension was originally financially supported and sponsored by Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Samsung, Ericsson, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Telefónica Móviles, Telecom Italia Mobile, Orascom Telecom, the GSM Association, Hutchison Whampoa, Syniverse Technologies and Visa. Each of these international companies is a member of the Board of Directors of .MOBI TLD. In February 2010, Afilias, Ireland, acquired responsibility as the registry. Since March 2017 .mobi has been recognized as a generic top-level domain, with the same conditions as all other gTLDs.
The founding members of dotMobi - including Google, Vodafone, Microsoft and Nokia - have announced that they will continue to support the top-level domain.
The word "Rausch" (from Low German rusch, documented 1563) comes from Middle High German (riuschen) and originally meant "impetuous movement", "impetuous when attacking", "to rush", "run up". The reference to drunkenness in general, not just substance-related, arose in the 16th century. As reuschlin 1551 for “(light) drunkenness”.
The surname was largely given in the 13th to 16th centuries, so it is assumed with sufficient reliability that the first Rausch family lines were formed in the Middle High German area at this time.
The oldest documented origin of this family name comes from East Prussia. A reference to the connection of this tribe with water and a coastal landscape hollowed out by waves to Lithuanian rausti (to dig), rausis (excavated cave), rausykle (the burrowing site); to Latvian rusa (pit); zu nehrungs-kurisch rus (potato rent); to Prussian ružen, ruszen (Fischerhamen - bag-like fishing net), ruset (flowing).
Later settlement names with the names Rausch such as the districts of Herrsching am Ammersee, district of Starnberg and Surberg, district of Traunstein (both in Bavaria). As well as the district of Völkermarkt, Carinthia in Austria, Rusch (district of Arnsberg, North Rhine-Westphalia), district of Lewitzrand, district of Ludwigslust-Parchim (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania).
The strong presence of the family name Rausch, especially in America and many other parts of the world, confirms the strong commercial disposition of these families in some historical research on this family tree. The city of origin of this surname is most likely Lübeck, the first German Baltic city that started the development of the Hanseatic League in 1143.
Today this family name is associated with many large companies and brilliant merchants in Europe and worldwide.