Internet Addresses Can now be in HINDI,ARABIC & CHINESE.

October 31, 2009 12:06am CST
So far the internet address Were limited to 26 characters A-Z ,10 numerals and the hyphen , the non-profit body that oversees internet address approved the use of Hebrew ,hindi, korean and other scripts not based on the latin alphabet in a decision that could make the Web Dramatically more inclusive. The Countries how ever can request Only one Suffix for each of their official languages.
2 responses
@syndrix (475)
• Malaysia
1 Nov 09
if this will happen it would be a big mess dealing with IP addresses then CISCO and other proprietary company will have big headache because the arabs,indian,chinese and other languages will make their own subnet of their own languages. Translating these multi-languages can really cause of delay browsing in each individuals.
@subhakars (934)
• India
31 Oct 09
Hi, That's a great news. So now we can have internet address in our local language. Technology is on a raise every day. Change is the only thing which is constant in the technology world and internet is one thing which is always a new one. Everyday we see new technologies and new concepts and it is good that it is helping mankind