By Howard Davies, Beatrice Bressan
The 1st booklet written and edited via the folk who constructed the web, this publication offers with the historical past of making common protocols and an international info move community. the result's THE authoritative resource at the subject, delivering an unlimited volume of insider wisdom unavailable elsewhere.
regardless of the massive variety of individuals, the textual content is uniform popular and point, and of curiosity to each scientist and vital for all community builders in addition to firms facing the Net.Content:
Chapter 1 Early Days (pages 1–26):
Chapter 2 The function of investment our bodies (pages 27–38):
Chapter three prepared Cooperation (pages 39–72):
Chapter four diverse methods (pages 73–110):
Chapter five The Interviews (pages 111–134):
Chapter 6 The Bandwidth leap forward (pages 135–161):
Chapter 7 help for functions (pages 163–177):
Chapter eight nearby views (pages 179–219):
Chapter nine Transatlantic Connections (pages 221–233):
Chapter 10 a ecu success (pages 235–258):
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Extra info for A History of International Research Networking: The People who Made it Happen
The European PTTs were still mostly state monopolies. The concept that they should provide their customers with a one-stop shop for an international service was a novel one. They were contemplating setting up a joint MDNS (managed data j21 j 1 Early Days 22 network service) venture through the CEPTand at ﬁrst it was thought that this service might be used to meet the research networks requirement. In practice, the MDNS never materialized but an offer was received in October 1988 from the Netherlands PTT Telecom with several other telecom operators in Europe as sub-contractors.
A series of meetings was held between Dennis Jennings, the President of EARN and Peter Linington, the President of RARE, in which common objectives were set out. This led later, after EARN had adopted a statement of intent on the transition to open standards, to EARN becoming an international member of RARE. 2 The First Step for COSINE Although they were primarily academics, many of the members of the new association had strong links with their national industry or research ministries. These contacts were very supportive, and the discussion with industry ministries, particularly the BMFT (Bundesministerium f€ ur Forschung und Technologie) in Germany, the Ministry of Education and Science in the Netherlands and the Department of Industry in the United Kingdom, resulted in these bodies seeing RARE as a ﬂagship for standards policy and, more generally, for open networking.
At the time, a serious problem was the existence of COCOM (coordinating committee for multilateral export controls) export regulations that prohibited the export of sensitive technology (which covered almost all networking equipment) to communist countries. It was also not clear how the United States Department of Commerce would have reacted to the extension of EARN into Hungary and Poland, the countries which had asked to join EARN. These arguments seem quite amusing today but are linked to the political climate prevalent at the time.
A History of International Research Networking: The People who Made it Happen by Howard Davies, Beatrice Bressan