NativeNames.net Launches the Whole Middle East Market by Offering Registrations and Resolutions of Arabic Domain Names

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from NativeNames.net

    LOS ANGELES, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- NativeNames.net, an innovative
 multilingual Internet names solution provider, announced today the launching
 of its Arabic Domain Name solution throughout many countries in the Middle
 East.  This includes; but not limited to; ISPs in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan,
 Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Sudan.  This technology enables
 Arabic speaking communities to surf the Internet and type in their website
 addresses (URL) in Arabic characters.
     Mr. Jarallah Aljarallah, COO of NativeNames.net, said, "Our goal is to
 develop Internet names solutions that would make the Internet accessible for
 all people around the world in their own native languages.  Today, all people
 throughout the Middle East can actually resolve and browse the Internet using
 Arabic Domain Names."
     NativeNames.net has developed the first truly working server-based Arabic
 Domain Name registration technology.  NativeNames.net's robust technical
 solution works on the core DNS.  It co-exists with the current system without
 any disruption.
     Dr. Ahmed Abd-Allah, CTO of NativeNames.net, emphasizes that the solution
 is actually capable of supporting multilingual domain names across all
 commonly used Internet protocols like http, ftp, email, telnet, etc.
 NativeNames.net's technology complies with the ASCII Compatible Encoding (ACE)
 and fully supports UTF-5, UTF-8, CIDNUC, SACE, RACE and other local encoding.
     NativeNames.net will be functioning as a registry and it currently has a
 huge network of well established major ISPs and portals as their registrars.
 Mr. Aljarallah stated, "Our global strategy is to work closely with valued
 partners located in every country in the world.  This includes collaboration
 with government bodies, local Internet authorities, Internet Service
 Providers, amongst others to jointly promote NativeNames.net back-end
 technology."
 
     NativeNames.net is a founding member of The Multilingual Internet Names
 Consortium (MINC), a founding member of the Arabic Internet Names Consortium
 (AINC) and an active participant in meetings held by The Internet Corporation
 for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).  Mr. Aljarallah said, "We have
 developed our technology keeping in mind the long-term implications of the
 evolving standards-settings and we are confident that our proven technology
 will stand the test of time to prove its excellence."
 
     For more information please visit www.nativenames.net
 
 

SOURCE NativeNames.net
    LOS ANGELES, April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- NativeNames.net, an innovative
 multilingual Internet names solution provider, announced today the launching
 of its Arabic Domain Name solution throughout many countries in the Middle
 East.  This includes; but not limited to; ISPs in Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan,
 Kuwait, Bahrain, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Sudan.  This technology enables
 Arabic speaking communities to surf the Internet and type in their website
 addresses (URL) in Arabic characters.
     Mr. Jarallah Aljarallah, COO of NativeNames.net, said, "Our goal is to
 develop Internet names solutions that would make the Internet accessible for
 all people around the world in their own native languages.  Today, all people
 throughout the Middle East can actually resolve and browse the Internet using
 Arabic Domain Names."
     NativeNames.net has developed the first truly working server-based Arabic
 Domain Name registration technology.  NativeNames.net's robust technical
 solution works on the core DNS.  It co-exists with the current system without
 any disruption.
     Dr. Ahmed Abd-Allah, CTO of NativeNames.net, emphasizes that the solution
 is actually capable of supporting multilingual domain names across all
 commonly used Internet protocols like http, ftp, email, telnet, etc.
 NativeNames.net's technology complies with the ASCII Compatible Encoding (ACE)
 and fully supports UTF-5, UTF-8, CIDNUC, SACE, RACE and other local encoding.
     NativeNames.net will be functioning as a registry and it currently has a
 huge network of well established major ISPs and portals as their registrars.
 Mr. Aljarallah stated, "Our global strategy is to work closely with valued
 partners located in every country in the world.  This includes collaboration
 with government bodies, local Internet authorities, Internet Service
 Providers, amongst others to jointly promote NativeNames.net back-end
 technology."
 
     NativeNames.net is a founding member of The Multilingual Internet Names
 Consortium (MINC), a founding member of the Arabic Internet Names Consortium
 (AINC) and an active participant in meetings held by The Internet Corporation
 for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN).  Mr. Aljarallah said, "We have
 developed our technology keeping in mind the long-term implications of the
 evolving standards-settings and we are confident that our proven technology
 will stand the test of time to prove its excellence."
 
     For more information please visit www.nativenames.net
 
 SOURCE  NativeNames.net