In his previous position, Patrick was responsible for the start-up and profitable growth of New Zealand's domain name Registry. Under his guidance, Domainz grew to possess one of the best management track records in the Registry community. His recent move sees him helming a new division at the world's leading multilingual solutions provider.
"I am honored to be granted this opportunity to spearhead i-DNS.net's initiatives in expanding its service offerings," said Patrick O'Brien. "The Company's extensive experience and trailblazing efforts as both a technology provider and Registry administrator of multilingual domain names stands it in good stead to offer turnkey solutions on a global scale."
Backed by US-based General Atlantic Partners LLC, i-DNS.net continues to partner global industry players (e.g. Network Solutions Registry, Melbourne IT, Register.com, eNIC Corporation, dotTV Corporation, etc) in the deployment of its Internationalized Domain Name System (i-DNS) - key-enabling technology that allows domain names to be registered and used in non-English languages.
Registry outsourcing is a new service offering targeted at administrators of country-code top-level domain name Registries. It allows them to concentrate on marketing their domains whilst leaving the technical back-end Registry operations to the specialists at i-DNS.net.
"Patrick brings with him a wealth of Registry management experience and will play a crucial role in engineering a comprehensive suite of scaleable Registry solutions," said Michael Ng, CEO of i-DNS.net. "The perspectives that he's gained from managing start-ups and change in different businesses will be of tremendous value to the company."