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Looking back at 30 years of AARNet and the Internet in Australia

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AARNet Networkshop2019 In Conversation: Peter Elford and Angus Griffin look back at 30 years of AARNet and the Internet in Australia

Peter Elford was employee number two at AARNet back in the early days of the Internet in Australia nearly 30 years ago. Peter is currently AARNet’s Director, Government Relations and at this year’s Networkshop dinner,  he and Angus Griffin, AARNet’s Director, Government Relations chatted about how AARNet has evolved. Watch the video to find out more.

Networkshop is an annual two-day forum hosted by AARNet for networking technologists working at AARNet-connected institutions in the research and education sector.

Happy Birthday Internet In Australia!

More stories from around the web

30 Years since Australia first connected to the Internet – We’ve come a long way (The Conversation)

First packets transmitted on Internet Down Under 30 years ago (ITWire)


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