Lo Pang Hee, i-DNS.net Chief Operating Officer, stated that the use of Arabic will break the language barrier. The Internet has been the domain of English speakers for too long and the new service will help those who do not know English. They will be able to open the sites in Arabic.
An agreement was reached regarding terms surrounding company, network, education and government. The new technology allows people to register and use domain names or web sites from any part of the world and in more than 55 languages, like Arabic, Chinese, French, Korean, Japanese and others.
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