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Hold, Pause And Read: It's The 30th Birthday Of Internet
Hold, pause and read: It's the 30th birthday of Internet
Jan 02, 2013, 03:42 AM IST
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The Internet, which has connected the world and has truly made it local just turned 30 years old.
The computer network officially began its technological revolution when it fully substituted previous networking systems on January 1 1983.
Based on designs by Welsh scientist Donald Davies, the Arpanet network began as a military project in the late 1960s.
It was developed at prestigious American universities and research laboratories, such as the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the Stanford Research Institute.
Starting in 1973, work on the powerful and flexible IPS and Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) technology which would change mass communications got under way.
The new systems were designed to replace the more vulnerable Network Control Program (NCP) used previously, making sure the network was not exposed to a single point of failure.
This meant a single attack could not bring it down, making it safer and more reliable, the report said.
By January 1 1983, the substitution of the older system for the new Internet protocol had been completed and the Internet was born.
British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee was then able to use it to host the system of interlinked hypertext documents he invented in 1989, known as the World Wide Web.
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