NSFNET 20th Anniversary collection 2007

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NSFNET 20th Anniversary collection, 2007

NSFNET 20th Anniversary collection 2007

The NSFNET 20th anniversary celebration, held November 29-30, 2007, recognized the impact and achievements of the NSFNET program. The conference featured keynote speeches and panel discussions from participants who worked directly on NSFNET, and also from those whose work it benefited. The collection contains print and digital media documenting the event: program of event proceedings, video recordings of panel discussions, video recordings of oral history project interviews, 35 mm color slides.

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van Houweling, Douglas E.

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NSFNET 20th Anniversary Committee

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NSFNET was a program established by the National Science Foundation (NSF) in 1985 to provide advanced networking for American research and educational institutions.[1] Advanced networks consist of interconnected computers and hardware, which facilitate the sharing of data between remote locations. This networking backbone, which transmitted data at a rate of 56 Kbit/s, provided the necessary infrastructure to connect supercomputer centers across the nation by establishing key hubs w...

NSFNET (Computer Network).

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Brown, John Seely.

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Aupperle, Eric M.

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MERIT Computer Network.

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Cerf, Vinton G., 1943-

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Computer scientist. From the description of Oral history interview with Vinton G. Cerf, 1990 Apr. 24. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63276494 ...