IDN gTLDs – Getting your own TLD in your own language
IDN domain names have been used by many ccTLD registry operators for many years, however
due to the way the IANA designation worked, the TLD extension still contained latin based
characters in the top level name space.
Three years ago, ICANN introduced the Internationalised Domain Names (IDNs) technology for global
domain names. This was a major achievement, as it opened up the possibility of having domain
names entirely in an internationalized format.
These days IDNs are growing in popularity for both global and country designated domain names.
As a registrar with International Accreditations throughout the world, we have implemented both Puny Code and ACE String based IDN technologies, and we have vast experience in providing IDN services for many existing name spaces, including the DotEmarat full Arabic IDN name space.
We understand the various policy requirements, we understand the technology, and we believe we can utilize our knowledge and experience to help you apply for your very own IDN domain name.
All gTLD applications types including Generic, Geographic, and Branded TLD domain names will be offered in both English and other languages that support work with the IDN domain name system. Presently there is support for the following language:
Japanese (Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana)
European Latin characters.