Technology | IDN

An internationalized domain name (IDN) is an Internet domain name that contains non-ASCII characters. Such domain names could contain letters with diacritics, as required by many non-English languages, or characters from non-Latin scripts such as Arabic or Chinese or Hindi. IDN was originally proposed in 1996 (by M. Duerst) and implemented in 1998-2001 (by T.W.Tan, James Seng, et al). Internationalizing Domain Names in Applications (IDNA) was adopted as the chosen standard, and has been rolled out in several top level domains.
RegistryASP adheres to standards

Punycode (According to RFC 3492)

Language Table (According to RFC 3490)

IDN Conversion Tool (According to RFC 3491)

Stringprep (According to RFC 3454)

Registration and Administration for Chinese , Japanese and Korean (RFC 3743)