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A number of technology firms have been preparing to enter the Turkish market since a second hub office of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) was opened in İstanbul, according to Information Technologies and Communications Authority (BTK) President Tayfun Acarer, who recently spoke with Today's Zaman.
ICANN is responsible for coordinating the unique names and numbers of Web addresses and computers around the world and, according to Acarer, the opening of an ICANN hub in İstanbul has encouraged other companies operating in the technology industry to open offices in the city as well. He added that the names of these companies will be announced once their registration in Turkey has been completed. “ICANN head Fadi Chehadé has informed us that Turkey was chosen for its second hub office by the board of directors despite opposition from many countries [on ICANN's Governmental Advisory Committee]. The [İstanbul] office will be responsible for 120 countries in its proximity,” Acarer said.
Acarer explained that Turkey was chosen because businesses here continue to operate during such holidays as Easter, which are observed in the US, Europe and others, as well as the rapid rise in Internet use among its young, dynamic population. He noted that ICANN has also decided to hold a general assembly in İstanbul next year with expected attendance to be around 3,000. He also said that Turkey's share in the global call center industry is expected to significantly increase with the recent developments it has made in the sector reports Today's Zaman.
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