Thursday, January 10, 2013

The Internet has turned 30 years

Internet global network, based on IP and IP packet routing on January 1, 2013 he turned 30. Since the first day of 1983, U.S. Agency DARPA went from using NCP protocol to TCP / IP, thus laying the foundations of a new era.

Internet has made the first steps in 1969, when students at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and Stanford Research Institute (SRI) have made an attempt to connect remotely to send a short message consisting of the word LOGIN. Character transfer was confirmed by telephone, but the letter G system is blocked. These attempts have been more successful.

Researcher IT industry development trends, Gregory Gromov in his book Roads and Crossroads of Internet History wrote that precisely at this time began the revolution. In 1981 two computer network has grown to 213 units, and a few years later, has been passing protocols that are used in networks today,  writes  The Telegraph.

In 1989, the European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) proposed the concept of the World Wide Web. Its author, Tim Berners-Lee, developed and HTTP, HTML and URI identifiers. In 1991 the World Wide Web became available to the general public later came the first browser.


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