"With an exponential increase of Internet users anticipated among the non-English speaking over the next five years, there is a need for companies and individuals to communicate in a language that they are comfortable, to leverage the expansive opportunities that are available on the Web," said i-DNS.net International co-founder Prof. S Subbiah.
i-DNS.net is currently in close consultation with the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), a division of India's Ministry of Information and Technology, to develop Indian linguistic, encoding and technical standards. The company will collaborate closely with government ministries, local Internet authorities, Internet Service Providers, and Internet Content Providers to decide how best to deploy this technology with the populace.
Backed by US-based General Atlantic Partners LLC, i-DNS.net seeks collaboration with global connectivity providers and local partners to develop the market and promote its products. To this end, it has appointed enamaskar.com, a division of Synfosys Business Solutions and vishwabharat.com as its registrar partners for the state of Delhi. enamaskar and vishwabharath will be responsible for the packaging, promotion and registration of Hindi domain names.