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Re: MS Breakup



On Jun 07, Robert Canary wrote:
> 
> And MS did not develop the TCP/IP contrary to popular belief.  IBM did.

I don't think this is the case, but I could be mis-remembering.  I think it
was Vint Cerf and other academics that designed the protocol.  And I think
they were working under a government grant.

Anyone else remember history on this better than I?  I don't want to have to
dig out my old Internetworking textbooks...

-Michael

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