Commercialization of packet switching (1975-1985): A Canadian perspective [History of Communications]

Abstract

The following article provides a fast-moving, exciting account of the early days of commercial packet switching in the 1970s, focusing on X.25 and, in particular, on Datapac, the X.25-based Canadian packet switching network. It follows an earlier article in this Column on packet switching in the United Kingdom. We hope to publish additional papers on the… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/MCOM.2009.5350364

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