ARPANET


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ARPANETAdvanced Research Projects Agency Network
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NST creates large network for non-ARPANET computers 200 ARPANET computer hosts First PC
It had concluded a seminal resource sharing agreement with the ARPANET and was self-governing and self-supporting.
lt;strong>1973: </strong>The first ARPANET nodes outside of the USA join the network, in the UK and Norway.
It's not enough to say that ARPANET started in 1969.
Kahn, who developed ARPANET, a computer network linking researchers holding contracts with the Department of Defense.
In 1967 Tomlinson joined the technology company Bolt Beranek and Newman, now BBN Technologies, where he helped develop the TENEX operating system, which included the ARPANET and TELNET implementations.
Known for pioneering the development of the ARPANET, the forerunner of the Internet, BBN continues to create advances in Internet and networking technologies through its work on ad hoc networking, the semantic web, quantum communications, and advanced protocols.
For Contributions to Establishing the Foundation of Today's Internet Technology through the Concept of Packet Switching, Which Underlies the Backbone of Modern Telecommunications Networks, through the Invention of the Related TCP/IP Communications Protocols, and through the Design and Development of ARPANET and Other Early Computer Networks that were Part of the Initial Internet