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In which year inernet first implemented

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Asked by rubysingh, 13 Aug '09 03:43 am
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The Internet, then known as ARPANET, was brought online in 1969 under a contract let by the renamed Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) which initially connected four major computers at universities in the southwestern US (UCLA, Stanford Research Institute, UCSB, and the University of Utah). The contract was carried out by BBN of Cambridge, MA under Bob Kahn and went online in December 1969. By June 1970, MIT, Harvard, BBN, and Systems Development Corp (SDC) in Santa Monica, Cal. were added. By January 1971, Stanford, MIT's Lincoln Labs, Carnegie-Mellon, and Case-Western Reserve U were added. In months to come, NASA/Ames, Mitre, Burroughs, RAND, and the U of Illinois plugged in. After that, there were far too many to keep listing here.

Who was the first to use the Internet?
Charley Kline at UCLA sent the first packets on ARPANet as he tried to connect to Stanford Research Institute on Oct 29, 1969. The system crashed as he reached the G in LOGIN!
Answered by anantharaman, 13 Aug '09 04:43 am

 
  
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October 1969.
Answered by nargis bhambi, 13 Aug '09 03:57 am

 
  
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In 1969 it invented after that it implemented
Answered by hemant sharma, 13 Aug '09 03:48 am

 
  
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Many theories
between 1965 to 1973
Answered by anil garg, 15 Mar '10 01:15 pm

 
  
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1969
Answered by Manju Sikri, 13 Aug '09 08:36 am

 
  
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1969
Answered by Dinesh C S, 13 Aug '09 08:26 am

 
  
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In the 1950s and early 1960s, prior to the widespread inter-networking that led to the Internet, most communication networks were limited in that they only allowed communications between the stations on the network. Some networks had gateways or bridges between them, but these bridges were often limited or built specifically for a single use. One prevalent computer networking method was based on the central mainframe method, simply allowing its terminals to be connected via long leased lines. This method was used in the 1950s by Project RAND to support researchers such as Herbert Simon, at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, when collaborating across the continent with researchers in Sullivan, Illinois, on automated theorem proving and artificial intelligence.
A fundamental pioneer in the call for a global network, J.C.R. Licklider, articulated the ideas in his January 1960 paper, Man-Computer Symbiosis.

"A network of such [computers], connected to one another b ...more
Answered by gkr, 13 Aug '09 06:53 am

 
  
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