Xeno is a constructed language intended to aid communication between species with anatomies too different to produce the same sounds. It has a script of 26 characters, each denoting a different sound. Some variants omit some of the characters in their writing, as the species using them cannot make 26 distinct sounds. It was designed in 14,091 CE in the Erstes Konsortium as a way to facilitate communication between the several species under its control. It has seen been implemented through the entirely through the Confederacy of Borealis and mostly in the Commonwealth of United Economic Nations. The language has over 100 octillion speakers, making it by far the most known language within the Local Universe.
The language of Xeno is designated as an entirely written language. There are dozens of pronunciation variants for one to speak Xeno to another member of their own species. For interspecies communication, written Xeno is useful. Additionally, for translation computers, it is much faster to translate between two variants of spoken Xeno than between fundamentally different languages.
Xeno's main application is for long term data storage, text, and computer programming. Innovation in brain-to-brain communication have allowed species to 'speak' to one-another using Xeno, by flashing images, symbols, or otherwise sending communications which can entail nuances in language.