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'''James Seng (ChingHong Seng)''' is an Internet Entrepreneur and Investor. He is the founder and CEO of [[Zodiac]], which has applied for 15 Chinese [[TLD]]s.<ref>[http://zodiacregistry.com/about.php About, ZodiacRegistry.com]</ref> Mr. Seng is also a Partner at Tandem Advisors LLP.<ref>[http://sg.linkedin.com/in/jseng Linkedin.com]</ref>
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'''James Seng (ChingHong Seng)''' is an Internet Entrepreneur and Investor. He is the founder and CEO of [[Zodiac]], which has applied for 15 Chinese [[TLD]]s.<ref>[http://zodiacregistry.com/about-us/about?lang=en About, ZodiacRegistry.com]</ref> Mr. Seng is also a Partner at Tandem Advisors LLP.<ref>[http://sg.linkedin.com/in/jseng Linkedin.com]</ref>
  
 
In the early stages of his career, James Seng's mentor Dr. Tan Tin Wee inspired him to work on [[IDN]]s to curb the digital divide in Asia. With $24 million in investment from Venture Capital firms General Atlantic Partners and [[Network Solutions]]/[[Verisign]], James went on become the founder and CTO of [[i-DNS.net]]. During this time, he was working on the standardization of IDNs as the Co-Chair of the IDN Working Group at [[IETF]]. He also stressed the need for IDNs at various forums such as [[ICANN]], [[ITU]] and [[IGF]] and today, his efforts have helped make IDN an Internet standard.
 
In the early stages of his career, James Seng's mentor Dr. Tan Tin Wee inspired him to work on [[IDN]]s to curb the digital divide in Asia. With $24 million in investment from Venture Capital firms General Atlantic Partners and [[Network Solutions]]/[[Verisign]], James went on become the founder and CTO of [[i-DNS.net]]. During this time, he was working on the standardization of IDNs as the Co-Chair of the IDN Working Group at [[IETF]]. He also stressed the need for IDNs at various forums such as [[ICANN]], [[ITU]] and [[IGF]] and today, his efforts have helped make IDN an Internet standard.

Revision as of 20:22, 6 August 2013

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Country: Singapore
Email: james [at] seng.sg
Website:

link=james.seng.sg   [james.seng.sg james.seng.sg]

LinkedIn: link=jseng   [jseng James Seng]
Twitter: TwitterIcon.png   @jseng
ICANNLogo.png Formerly a member
of ICANN's APRALO


Userboxcards.png Featured in the ICANN 45 - Toronto playing card deck


James Seng (ChingHong Seng) is an Internet Entrepreneur and Investor. He is the founder and CEO of Zodiac, which has applied for 15 Chinese TLDs.[1] Mr. Seng is also a Partner at Tandem Advisors LLP.[2]

In the early stages of his career, James Seng's mentor Dr. Tan Tin Wee inspired him to work on IDNs to curb the digital divide in Asia. With $24 million in investment from Venture Capital firms General Atlantic Partners and Network Solutions/Verisign, James went on become the founder and CTO of i-DNS.net. During this time, he was working on the standardization of IDNs as the Co-Chair of the IDN Working Group at IETF. He also stressed the need for IDNs at various forums such as ICANN, ITU and IGF and today, his efforts have helped make IDN an Internet standard.

He was a speaker at APNIC 28, held in 2009.[3]

In 2009, James was appointed to ICANN's ALAC. He represents the Asia/Pacific region, and brings a wealth of experience in IDNs and the Internet communities of the multiple Asian countries he has lived in.[4]

Career History

  • Chief Technology Officer at Shanghai Synacast Media Tech Co. Ltd
  • Partner at Thymos Capital LLP
  • Assistant Director at IDA (Institute for Defense Analyses)
  • Chief Technology Officer at i-DNS.net International Inc.

Appointments

Achievements

  • 2004, developed Tomorrow.sg, a popular meta blog in Singapore [14]
  • 1998, founded i-DNS.net and served as it's Chief Technology Officer for 3 years.
  • 1995, developed PObox, a web-based email and forwarding service. PObox is licensed and commercialized by Singapore Press Holdings
  • 1994, designed Singapore InfoMAP, the official Website of Singapore
  • 1993, developed a multiplayer role playing online game called the Heroes of the Lance

References