Hong Kong, Sing Pao Daily News, 12 September 2000
-- Following its strategic alliance with the Network Solutions Registry, i-DNS.net International has urged for an open standard which would spur the usage of non-English wordings to access multilingual domains on the Internet. Financially backed by General Atlantic Partners, i-DNS.net International has developed a flexible Unicode-based technology that is compatibly in support of RACE, UTF-5, UTF-8 and other commonly used encoding. The technology, known as i-DNS, is compatible with commonly used browsers and can run concurrently with existing domain name systems. i-DNS can serve as a platform for information resolution solutions, keyword and database searches. Due to the vastness of its scope of coverage, i-DNS.net has agreed to abide by the specifications made by the Internationalized Domain Names Working Group (www.i-d-n.net) and the IETF.
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