The technology now offers users the choice to register for a domain name in any language, be it in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, French, German and/or Arabic.
The real implication behind the advent of this new technology is that non-English users can now enjoy the benefits of a truly international Internet to the fullest. From the keying-in of the domain name or URL, encoding and resolution to the ultimate connection to the destination website, the users can now operate in a language they are most comfortable with. Currently the i-DNS technology supports 55 languages inclusive of Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.
According to Economic Information Daily (Xinhua News Agency), the only three companies offering Chinese domain name registration services are i-DNS.net, 3721 Internet and CNNIC. It is reported that i-DNS.net's technology has a more universal adaptability than those offered by its competitors.