[ih] New Republic Article - "How We Misremember the Internet’s Origins"
jeanjour at comcast.net
Sat Nov 2 13:00:17 PDT 2019
Actually, the first datagram and end-to-end transport protocols were the CYCLADES protocols in 1972. As near as I can tell, the first dynamic sliding window protocol was CYCLADES TS developed by Elie and Zimmermann.
> On Nov 2, 2019, at 15:47, Bernie Cosell <bernie at fantasyfarm.com> wrote:
> On 2 Nov 2019 at 12:31, Bob Hinden wrote:
>> From reading this article, it would seem that BBN, who designed and
>> developed the IMP, was located in Cambridge, California, not
>> Massachusetts. This was, of course, a much bigger effort than just the
>> folks in California, nor was it was it only in the US. Seems like some
>> of the more recent articles on the history of the Arpanet/Internet are
>> missing that.
>> Bob (who worked at BBN in Cambridge, and now lives in California)
> Speaking of California, I believe that the underlying ideas about the IP portion of
> the TCP protocol was first tinkered with in the Cyclades network by folks, I
> guess, in Paris CA. BBN also developed and deployed the TIP, the first "dialup"
> service on the ARPAnet. Also not in Cambridge, CA.
> Bernie Cosell
> bernie at fantasyfarm.com
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