Posts Tagged ‘DotAsia’

DotAsia Publishes Draft IDN Launch Policies

Pinyin, Romaji and Romanized Domains could get Priority to Register in IDN December 15, 2009 — Hong Kong  — Following the announcement on November 18, 2009 (, DotAsia today published a draft of the IDN launch policies for discussion.  The policies will be finalized after the Kuala Lumpur APRICOT meetings in February 2010, where the […]

DotAsia to Launch IDN in 2010

Priority for Existing Alphanumeric .Asia Domain Registrants for Corresponding IDNs Considered 18 November 2009 – Hong Kong – DotAsia announces plan to release multilingual domain (IDN – Internationalized Domain Name) registrations in 2010. Following announcements by ICANN to approve the use of Internationalized Domain Names (IDN), DotAsia Organisation, the global top-level domain authority for “.Asia”, […]

International domains to debut next year?

SINGAPORE–Internationalized domain names (IDNs) could launch by early 2009, following the formulation of policies to better manage ambiguities, according to an industry expert. Edmon Chung, CEO of DotAsia, told ZDNet Asia Wednesday that he is involved in a number of ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) working groups that are working to debut […]

What IDNs Mean to DotAsia: A Conversation with Edmon Chung of DotAsia

by Chuck Kisselburg ( Edmon Chung, CEO of DotAsia, and his staff have been working at developing community around the new .Asia TLD. With the .Asia community encompassing a varied collection of countries and cultures, I felt Edmon’s insight towards IDNs would prove to be a valuable discussion. It should also be noted that today […]