As the pioneer of the Internationalized Domain Name System (i-DNS), i-DNS.net's core technology allows people to register and use domain names in their language of choice. Fully compatible with commonly used Internet browsers and inter-operable with the prevailing Domain Name System (DNS), i-DNS currently provides local language domain name registration services across the globe in more than 20 different languages through its registrar partners.
The addition of Slangsoft's intelligent Text Input and Display (iTID) layer to any OS, platform, application or GUI widget provides intelligent User Interface, capable of accepting and displaying text in 47 languages, including fast, predictive input. This powerful yet compact technology will be used on i-DNS.net's consumer products, enabling end-users to carry out a range of Web activities requiring non-English text input.
"This partnership effectively brings together two industry leaders, and promises to be a great step forward in entering and accessing multilingual domain names on the Web, via any type of device, including Net appliances," says Arie Mazur, Founder and CEO of Slangsoft.
"It marks yet another milestone in our efforts to creating a Multilingual Internet accessible to everyone," says Michael Ng, CEO of i-DNS.net. "The synergy of our product offerings translates to unprecedented functionality for all our end-users and will contribute greatly to the growth of the Internet and e-Commerce globally."
Slangsoft (www.slangsoft.com) is a fast-growing B2B software company whose Cross Platform, Intelligent Text Input and Display (TID) layer for every national language, has in a short-time become a global standard and a critical layer of the current and future Web infrastructure.
Slangsoft Cross Platform iTID (Intelligent Text input and Display) layer allows Application Service Providers (ASPs), Net Appliance manufacturers, platform providers and software developers to offer a User Interface which accepts predictive and fast Text Input and Display in every language.
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