Hong Kong, Apple Daily News, 12 October 2000
-- i-DNS.net International (i-DNS.net) and New Cyber International Ltd (New Cyber), China's largest domain name registrar, today announced a strategic partnership to offer Chinese-language domain name registration services. New Cyber also launched PRCname.com, a multilingual international domain name registration service that is compliant with i-DNS.net's multilingual domain name technology. This service will first promote registration services for domain names ending with [
CEO of i-DNS.net International Mr Michael Ng said that talks conducted with CNNIC and HKNIC about the standardization of Chinese domain name systems would be concluding soon. He also mentioned that due to a conflict of interests i-DNS.net would not be bidding for ICANN's release of new Top Level Domains, however 2 to 3 interested registrars of i-DNS.net have bided for TLDs like [biz] and [xxx].
Mr Ng has also said that plans are on the way for i-DNS.net to get listed with NASDAQ by the second quarter next year, but he declined further comment.
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