50 years after Arpanet, the Internet’s ancestor

Image source: geralt via Pixabay On October 29, 1969 UCLA sends the very first e-message to Stanford Research Institute through Arpanet network (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network) laying the foundation for today’s networked world. Arpanet, the Internet’s precursor  Arpanet is the first data transfer network developed by the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) which belonged to the U.S. Defense Department. The first Arpanet node was set up at UCLA on August 30, 19... Read More

 

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