Through its new generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) .whoswho, Who's Who Registry currently offers not only domain names in English/ASCII and ten (10) other languages, but also 24x7x365 resolution for all .second-level domains in the .whoswho namespace, a fundamental and ongoing telecommunications service commitment that is implicit in the registration of any domain name in a TLD namespace.
Across the globe, users of the internet's Domain Name System (DNS) rely upon the ultra-fast resolution the DNS is able to deliver to route users inputting alpha-numeric domain names to the numeric IP addresses where each domain can be accessed. As part of the Who's Who Global Network® initiative, .whoswho is committed to expanding the scope of new telecommunications service offerings with special attention to leveraging the DNS.
In addition to English/ASCII, .whoswho now offers registrations in Chinese (both simplified and traditional variants), French, German, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, and Russian. Additional internationalized domain name (IDN) offerings are planned.