The purpose of this oral history series is to document the context and early technological development of the ARPANET, the network that went online in 1969 and grew into the Internet. Interviewees include the Center’s Principal Investigator, three researchers, and the center administrator. The ...
Member of the research team at the Network Measurement Center for UCLA’s U.S. Defense Department sponsored ARPANET project which created a “wide-area packet-switched network.”
Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) an agency of the government that develops technology for the military during a time of expansion of the ARPANET project, which developed an experimental computer network, a precursor to the internet.
Program manager and office director for the ARPANET project, which developed an experimental computer network, a precursor to the internet. Engineer and founder of Telenet, a packet data communications carrier.