"With an increase in the number of non-English speaking Internet users anticipated over the next five years, there is a need for companies and individuals to communicate in a language thet are comfortable to leverage the expensive opportunities that are available on the Web," said S Subbiah, co-founder of i-DNS.net International. "We are pleased to support India's drive towards making a greater contribution on the global field by facilitating local language access to its people."
The i-DNS technology supports multiple encoding and is fully compatible with commonly used Internet browsers and interoperable with the current Domain Name System.
"The response from our Tamil and Telugu launches earlier this year has been phenomenal. We trust that the Hindi Internet accessibility can help more people realize the true power of the Internet in India," said Maniam, Business Development Director for i-DNS.net International.
Talks are also on with the Center for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) to develop Indian linguistic, encoding and technical standards.